For the first time, Scoop Soldiers has been ranked in the top 5000 of the fastest growing businesses by Inc. Magazine.
Scoop Soldiers, a pet waste removal company that was established in 2010, specializes in sanitizing and the removal of pet waste for both residential and pet-friendly commercial clients. Scoop Soldiers has ranked 3,573 out of 5,000 of the fastest growing businesses by Inc. Magazine, is currently operating in 9 states and expanding with new franchise opportunities. The ranking is based on three years of revenue growth and was announced today by Inc.
Additionally, Scoop Soldiers ranks 336 in Texas, 61 in consumer services, and 134 in the Dallas – Fort Worth metro area with an astounding 144% of growth between 2018 and 2021. These achievements demonstrate Scoop Soldiers’ incredible resiliency amid supply chain woes and the continuing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic among their customer base and their franchise owners.
The Inc. 5000 list is an annual ranking of the fastest growing private companies in America. “We are absolutely thrilled to be included among such elite companies on this list, as it highlights our ability to effectively scale quickly despite the challenging business climate and economic conditions. We are honored to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America”, said Joshua Cahill, owner of Scoop Soldiers. “This recognition is a testament to the dedicated team of employees and franchisees who have helped Scoop Soldiers achieve these milestones along with the loyal customer base and their dogs. The entire team at Scoop Soldiers is excited about the growth because it means that the team gets to meet more dogs, and yes, their owners too. Scoop Soldiers looks forward to delivering on the promise to never leave a pile behind!”
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