Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Veterans Franchise

Veterans franchise possibilities exist for many of our military members who have so bravely served their country in troubled times and in times of peace.

Our Veterans should be honored by providing them with the best opportunities for jobs and business opportunities. After all, it is our Veterans that tow the line and carry the heavy load for all Americans!

We do not honor them by turning our backs on them in the times that they need it most.

Veterans, do you miss that excitement and thrill you had while in the military? Not the pushups or the never ending shoe shining and uniform ironing kind of thrill, but the real thrill of being on a mission or simply getting another plane in the sky on a routine day.

Don’t want to re-join the military or work for one of those “military contractors” who send you to who knows where? How about staying right here in the good ole USA?

Ever miss being on a “Recon Mission” and the possibility of what lies ahead? Missing the constant adrenaline rush and time feeling like it is going a million miles an hour?

I can tell you that I certainly missed it and sought to find something to do for a living that would fulfill that need for adventure and excitement. The military life can have some extremely exciting times and for me, it was one of the most exciting times of my life! There is nothing like running to the bomb shelter from an incoming Scud missile! Scary…but exciting at the same time.

But after you get out of the service, you are not faced with a lot of opportunity to enjoy your work and have a little excitement in what you do. There are many ho-hum jobs out there and don’t get me wrong, they are absolutely necessary, but they are about as much fun as an enemy interrogation.

You didn’t serve your country to end up with a dull job that makes you feel like you are contributing nothing to society. And you expected more out of life after all you did for this country.

Military Veterans know a little about “wildlife”. But that is not the type of “wildlife” that we work with every day. There is an exciting career opportunity working with wildlife that you probably don’t know about.

Have you ever heard of Nuisance Wildlife Management? My guess would be that you probably haven’t. Nuisance Wildlife Management is a relatively new career that resolves conflicts between humans and wildlife. We literally put nature back where it belongs!

Excitement? Have you ever climbed into an attic that is filled with hundreds of bats and marveled at how they can live and thrive there? How about standing on a 150 foot water tower installing bird repellant devices while looking at the beauty that surrounds you? Ever want to snipe deer in an urban environment with your night scope? Working with wildlife is very much like a military mission. We do our “Recon” and then move in and accomplish our mission, plan our exit strategy and then get out.

How would you like to relive all those feelings and not have someone shooting at you or having a missile fly over your head?

It is possible with the right opportunity. An opportunity that awaits for the not so faint of heart. If you think you have what it takes to work with wildlife, visit our Wildlife Franchise to learn more about

a Veterans franchise.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Uncertain Economic Times Ahead - How About a Career Change?

Doom and gloom. No matter how the media spins the story today, it always appears that we will all be standing in the bread line by week’s end.

Bad news sells and sells well. But the reality of the situation is that we are in a tough economy and people are getting laid off and downsized. We all could wait until the economy returns to normal and things get perking again, but waiting is not going to help you put money back in your bank account.

When it comes to the point where you must change your career, you must change it to a field that is growing instead of shrinking. The writing is on the wall for the financial industry and the housing industry is in rough shape as well.

There is an industry that’s growing and is a perfect fit for people who like to work with wildlife. The Nuisance Wildlife Management industry is steadily on the move. What is creating this growth? Human growth!

As human growth continues to rise and encroach into what was formerly wildlife habitat, something has to give. What happens is that wildlife typically finds residence in a home or commercial business and when that happens, something has to go!

Nuisance Wildlife Managers find themselves busily fixing the situations that nature finds itself in. When wildlife ventures into human habitat, the two often do not mix well. The sight of a mother Raccoon with four or five babies trailing behind her seeking out the dog food bowl in the back yard is not exactly what some people would call a “wonderful thing”.

Some people have more tolerance for wildlife than others. These people could have an elephant living in their attic and it wouldn’t bother them! Others cannot stand the sight of a house mouse sneaking about the house.

With the growth of our nation, the human/wildlife conflicts will continue to rise. This rise in conflicts will translate into a field that continues to grow and prosper.

With such a large country and variety of wildlife, Wildlife Managers will encounter many different and often times very unique moments! Not many people get the opportunity to see a family of foxes being raised under a deck and provide a solution to remove them to a new location. For a professional Wildlife Manager, this is all in a day’s work.

Working with wildlife in a wildlife management job is an extremely thrilling lifestyle. It really is a lifestyle and not merely a “job”. A job is something you go to every day and would rather be doing something that you love to do. Trading your day job for a wildlife job is not as difficult as you would think. If you are self-motivated, have no fear of wildlife and are of the adventurous mindset, this could be the most unique opportunity you have ever found.

Who should not work with wildlife? If you are afraid of heights, lose your cool easily and do not like confined spaces like an attic or crawlspace, you may not be the best candidate for wildlife control. Do some serious thinking about whether this career will fit you before you decide to jump in. To learn more about this opportunity, visit A All Animal Control.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Help Us Grow Our Wildlife Franchise And You Will Be Rewarded!

Do you have a product or service that would help our Wildlife Management Franchise system grow, service our clients better or run more efficiently?

If you do, please contact us and tell us more about how you can help. We are seeking vendors that provide wildlife management equipment such as traps, electronics, capture devices and other hardware.

A All Animal Control is known for working with the best vendors in the country and consistently seek out new products and services. We welcome your inquiries and will speak with you about how you can help and how we will help you grow your business as well!

Send an email to Opportunities and we will respond as soon as possible!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

A All Animal Control Annual Franchise Owners Conference 2008

A All Animal Control Annual Franchise Owners Conference 2008

Charleston, WV – June 26th 2008 - A All Animal Control hosted its annual franchise owner’s conference June 20th & 21st.

Franchise owners from across the country gathered together to learn about the latest techniques in wildlife management and business operations. The A All Animal Control franchise owners, under the leadership of CEO Mark E. Dotson and Jim & Judy Berry, served as the host affiliate.

Guest speakers included Alan Huot from Wildlife Control Supplies, Billy Turk with T.A.P. Insulation, Kevin Groves from the U.S.D.A Wildlife Services and Joshua Jones from A All Animal Control of Tri-State.

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A All Animal Control (www.aallanimalcontrol.com) Established in 1995, a nationwide wildlife management company specializes in resolving wildlife conflicts in residential and commercial structures. Today, A All Animal Control headquartered in Denver, CO operates in 14 states with 18 offices.