Invisible Fence, a subsidiary of Radio Systems Corp. in Tennessee, has acquired its Invisible Fence of Eastern Michigan dealership in Fenton and combined it with Invisible Fence of Michigan in Rochester Hills, expanding the latter’s service area into Genesee, Lapeer, and northern Livingston counties.
Invisible Fence of Michigan became an authorized, full-service dealership of genuine Invisible Fence products and services in 2020 primarily serving Livingston, Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, and St. Clair counties, as well as greater Lansing and Jackson. With the addition, Invisible Fence of Michigan now will serve an additional 5,000 customers.
“Even though Invisible Fence of Michigan was acquired just last year, they have already been so vital in our mission to keep dogs and cats safe at home,” says Ed Hoyt, director of Invisible Fence. “We look forward to continuing this mission with the team from the Eastern Michigan dealership who has been committed to protecting pets since 1996.”
Acquiring Eastern Michigan is the company’s eighth acquisition of the year and the third expansion in Michigan alone. The company recently acquired Invisible Fence of Westland and now has more than 240 authorized dealers.
“Expanding our footprint allows us to extend our customer service hours and offer new and innovative solutions that will help customers enjoy their pets even more — all while providing the same high-level of attention customers have come to expect.” says Hoyt.
Growing dealerships allows Invisible Fence to continue to support and be involved in their communities, the company says. Local animal shelter donations, adoption events, and the Project Breathe Program are among some of the ways Invisible Fence of Michigan will continue to contribute to local pet wellness.
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