Goose Control Franchise to Meet the Needs of Canada Goose Problems in Tennessee

March 18, 2011

Wild Goose Chase, Inc., the leader in avian wildlife management, offers goose management franchise opportunities to control the Canada geese populations that are plaguing schools and other areas of Tennessee.

Murfreesboro, TN (PRWEB) March 16, 2011

Recently, Channel 2 News ““ WKRN-TV, Nashville, reported from Black Fox Elementary School of Murfreesboro, TN, “The (Canada) geese have become such a problem the school board is looking into solutions to keep them off the school campus.” This need can now be met through a proven method of goose control offered by Another Wild Goose Chase Franchise (AWGCF).

The Black Fox Elementary School article stated that, “In many areas of the country, resident (Canada) Geese populations are increasing dramatically and the same can be said in parts of Tennessee. Susan Hagberg, founder of Wild Goose Chase, Inc. (WGC), located in the Illinois, watched this Canada goose problem spread from the Midwest to other areas of the country. The growing goose management problem and the need for greater employment opportunities convinced Hagberg to franchise Wild Goose Chase, Inc.

Hagberg says, “Now others with entrepreneurial spirit and a love for dogs and the outdoors can earn a living doing something they enjoy while providing a much need service to areas like Murfreesboro (TN). Our franchise opportunity can also provide a new start for someone who has had the misfortune of being unemployed.”

Hagberg pioneered a whole new category in the avian wildlife sector. WGC is one of the first companies to develop an “integrated approach” which has proven most effective and humane in managing bird populations according to the Wildlife Society. Founded in 1998, through experience and research, Wild Goose Chase, Inc. developed an approach that is successful and conscientious. The Wild Goose Chase integrated system combines several techniques and services, including a Border Collie Chase program, goose deterrents and landscape modification to minimize the destructive, and sometimes even dangerous, migratory bird problems. These goose control methods are customized for each location and customer. They are administered with a complete respect of the laws and regulations protecting Canada geese.

For more information on Another Wild Goose Chase Franchise:

Contact: Susan D. Hagberg

Phone: 708-448-8878

Web Site: http://www.anotherwildgoosechasefranchise.com

E-Mail: info(at)anotherwildgoosechasefranchise(dot)com

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