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Hi! I'm Chris Bailey

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Hi! I'm Chris Bailey

Hi, I'm Chris

My name is Chris Bailey, Sales Manager at PetHub. I have been in Sales for the last 5 years. My experience stretches anywhere from selling cars at the local Toyota dealership, to the fitness industry selling wellness programs to other businesses in town. 

Why I'm Here

Animals have always been a major part of my life, especially dogs. Through my childhood, there wasn't a single time in my life that we didn't have at least one. Until February of 2019, I had been working as the Operations Director at one of our local gyms, when I was informed about this opening at a company where I would be involved with saving pets, and re-uniting lost pets with their owners. It was a great fit, and I'm reminded every day of the great ways we keep families together. 

Outside of PetHub

Outside of PetHub I have two beautiful children, Owen (3) and Ella (1). I also have a 3 month old doberman mix puppy that I recently adopted from Wenatchee Valley Humane Society. I am also very involved with music, and try to involve myself with the local music scene as much as possible. Living in the Pacific Northwest, there is way too much outdoor goodness to not take advantage of, so I try to get my fill of that as much as I can as well. 

Pay It Forward

This year at the Animal Care Conference in California, one of the keynote speakers was talking about how many people have a hard time donating to animals when there are so many people that need help. Her counter argument is that animal welfare IS welfare for man. We need our animals just as much as they need us. I support her statement 100% and ask that if you are blessed and able, help. Shelters are always in need of volunteers, supplies, etc. and there is no shortage of animal welfare programs that are in need of contributions. 

Sincerely,

Chris Bailey
Sales Manager
PetHub

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