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Kirkland, Washington - New Store Opening!

Written by: Corporate
August 15, 2012 02:48 PM

Wild Bird Centers of America, Inc. proudly announces its latest new store opening in Kirkland, Washington.

Bill Hager and Anne Dolan, the new owners, have chosen beautiful Houghton Village to build what will be one of the best Wild Bird specialty stores on the west coast. Bill Hager says, " We are very excited and look forward to serving the local community for many years."

The Wild Bird Center of Kirkland will be the preeminent store in the Seattle area to cater to all your wants and needs for your backyard feathered friends. You will receive expert advice for the knowledgeable staff, and Bill and Anne are convinced  you will find few better shopping venues for the upcoming holiday season.

Says Henrik Lehmann Weng, CEO of Wild Bird Centers of America: "We are convinced that the Seattle customers in general, and the Kirkland nature lovers in particular will embrace this new store. Bill Hager and Anne Dolan have more than 180 newly developed private label products available that can only be bought through Wild Bird Center authorized distribution channels. Bill and Anne had observed our successful business model for years and had performed a thorough due diligence before signing on. We are honored to welcome them aboard as our newest business owners!"

Please join Bill and Anne for their grand opening!

The Wild Bird Center of Kirkland in Houghton Village is open daily from 10am-8pm.
Saturday from 10am-6pm and Sunday from 11am-5pm.

Please visit their website at or write the owners at
Wild Bird Center of Kirkland
10600 NE 68th Street, Suite D
Houghton Village
Kirkland, WA 98033
Phone: (425) 576-0309

Wild Bird Centers of America, Inc. is the leading and most innovative brand among the world's wild bird specialty stores. We offer all customers unique quality products with unparalleled customer service. Wild Bird Centers is rated among the leading franchisors and is proud to serve customers in more than 32 states and provinces.

For any further information, please contact Anne West at 301-841-6410 or at


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