Everett, WA (August 5, 2023) – Zoom Room, the innovative dog training and community center, is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its newest Washington location in Everett. Owned by Michael and Christina McBride, the facility at 607 SE Everett Mall Way, STE 1, joins existing locations in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellevue, with more sites in the pipeline.
“As we continue to grow in Washington, we’re excited to bring our unique approach to dog training to the Everett community,” said Mark Van Wye, CEO of Zoom Room. “Our ethos is simple: We don’t train dogs; we train the people who love them. This philosophy has not only resonated with dog owners but has also propelled us into the Top 40 fastest-growing consumer service brands in America, according to the Inc 5000 List.”
Agility Classes and More
To kick off the grand opening, Zoom Room Everett offered special $5 Intro to Agility classes on August 5th and 6th. The classes were designed to introduce dogs and their owners to the fun and challenging world of agility training. “Agility is a fantastic way to engage your dog’s mind and body,” said Michael McBride. “It’s not just about physical exercise; it’s about building a deeper bond with your pet.”
A Grand Celebration
The grand opening festivities took place on Saturday, August 5th, from 11 am to 1 pm. Attendees enjoyed a range of activities, from snapping hilarious pics in the Bobbing for Hot Dogs challenge to decorating freshly baked doggy donuts. For each RSVP, Zoom Room donated $10 to the Everett Animal Shelter.
More Than Just Training
Zoom Room is not just a training facility; it’s a community hub for dog lovers. “We offer a variety of services and events, from obedience training to playgroups and workshops,” said Christina McBride. “We’re committed to being a resource for the local community, providing not just training but also a sense of community for dog owners.”
The Future is Bright
With the opening of the Everett location, Zoom Room continues to solidify its presence in Washington. “We’re excited about the future and look forward to becoming an integral part of the Everett community,” said Van Wye. “Our goal is to provide an exceptional experience that strengthens the bond between dogs and their human companions.”
The grand opening was a testament to the community’s enthusiasm for a facility that understands the importance of the human-dog bond. With its unique approach to dog training and its commitment to community engagement, Zoom Room Everett is set to become a local favorite.