Thursday, November 20, 2008

Vickie Reason elected Secretary Of The Board Of Directors For NAPPS

Tucson Pet Sitter Vickie Reason Appointed to the Board of Directors of Leading Industry Association

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Vickie Reason, president of Happy Tails Pet Services in Tucson, Ariz., has been elected Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS). As a member of the NAPPS Board, Reason will help shape the future agenda and direction of the association.

NAPPS is a national nonprofit trade association dedicated to promoting the concept of in-home pet care, supporting the professionals engaged in at-home pet care, promoting the welfare of animals, and improving and expanding the industry of pet sitting. NAPPS provides valuable credibility, networking and education to help foster the success of their members.

The NAPPS Board of Directors is composed of pet sitters, business owners, and entrepreneurs who are leaders in the at-home pet care industry. Unlike other national associations, NAPPS is the only nonprofit association run by members, for members. In this capacity, board members are responsible for helping to shape the agenda and direction of the association, providing tools and support to foster the success of members' businesses, promoting the value of pet sitting to the public, and advocating for the welfare of animals.

"On behalf of the association, I would like to thank Vickie for her service and commitment to NAPPS," commented Candance Labane-Godfrey, current President of the association. "NAPPS is fortunate to have such a dedicated individual working to further the goals of the organization and the interests of the industry."

Happy Tails has been serving pets and pet parents since 1995 with personal and caring service. Today, Happy Tails has some 40 professional animal companions who serve 1,500 clients in the Tucson area.

For more information about Reason and Happy Tails, visit For more information about NAPPS and the benefits of hiring a professional pet sitter, visit

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