Local Family Brings Pet Wants to Chardon and Solon, Ohio

CHARDON, Ohio (PRWEB) November 19, 2019

Local residents Danielle and Jason Moats are pleased to announce the launch of their new pet food and supply business, Pet Wants Chardon.

Pet Wants’ specially-crafted, private label pet food formulas are made in small batches with fresh, natural ingredients enhanced with vitamins and minerals for a complete and balanced diet in every bowl. Pet Wants Chardon offers multiple blends of dog and cat food formulas as well as all-natural treats, healing salve, calming balm, anti-itch spray, paw wax and more.

The retail store is at 209 Center Street, Unit I, in Chardon and free, personal delivery is available to parts of Geauga, Lake and Cuyahoga Counties, including Madison, Perry, Chardon, Chesterland, Gates Mills, Mayfield, Wickliffe and East Cleveland. The Moats also own a Pet Wants territory in Solon with delivery services to Hudson, Aurora, Twinsburg, Streetsboro and the surrounding cities.

Danielle has lived a dual life throughout her career – while she found her full-time work in the corporate world in finance and operations, she always had a second job that kept her involved with animals. Danielle owned a pet sitting business while in college, did accounting work for a veterinarian’s office part time, managed a boarding facility on weekends, had a small business baking dog treats and launched a non-profit that catered to street dogs while the Moats lived in Houston. Now she’s looking forward to working with animals full-time – and with Jason by her side – with Pet Wants Chardon.

“Pet Wants enables us to work with animals and focus on nutrition, which are two of our passions. I am a strong believer that our health is dependent on what we put into our bodies – whether you have two legs or four legs. Pet Wants provides an opportunity for us to help pet owners understand what’s in most commercial, mass-produced pet food and offer them better options through Pet Wants. It also allows us to help pet families take a more holistic approach to pet health through both our food and our other unique products,” Danielle said.

Pet Wants has a 100-percent, money-back guarantee on the freshness and quality of the food and the company only sources the best salmon, chicken, lamb, brown rice and other ingredients available. There’s no sugar added, no fillers and no animal by-products and Pet Wants never uses corn, wheat, soy or dyes, which makes the food great for animals with allergies.

Jason and Danielle have four children – Alexis, Vinson, Savannah and Isaac – as well as four rescue dogs, Harlem, Star, Brooklyn and Sabie. Danielle was born in Lake County and Jason lived in Perry his whole life except for the three years he and Danielle lived in Houston. They decided to move back to Ohio and settle in Perry because Danielle fell in love with the small town charm and small community atmosphere. They’re looking forward to becoming more involved in the community through Pet Wants Chardon.

“Jason and I have always wanted to open a business together and we wanted it to be something that we could be passionate about and that our whole family could be a part of, which is what led us to Pet Wants. We are thrilled to be able to bring these great products to the Chardon region and to support the community we call home as business owners,” Danielle said.

To learn more about Pet Wants Chardon, call 440-488-5393, email DMoats@PetWants.com or visit http://www.PetWants.com/Chardon.

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Mercator Advisory Group offers 2020 Outlooks on what to expect in payments in the year ahead

BOSTON (PRWEB) November 19, 2019

Mercator Advisory Group has released its complimentary annual series of “Outlooks” providing insights for the year ahead on trends and new themes that will have a significant impact on the payments industry, consumers, and the ways companies do business in 2020 and beyond. The topics addressed in these Outlooks set the foundation for Mercator Advisory Group’s research agenda for the coming year and provide a framework for key points of engagement that Mercator Advisory Group will have with its clients in 2020.

The 2020 Outlooks are presented by each of Mercator Advisory Group’s Advisory Services — Debit and Alternative Products, Credit, Merchant Services, Prepaid, Commercial and Enterprise Payments, and Emerging Technologies — and can be downloaded without charge.

Download Mercator Advisory Group’s 2020 Payments Outlooks for free.

2020 Outlook Statements by Advisory Service:

"Investment in faster and real-time payments in the U.S. is picking up, and the impact on traditional payments can already be observed. The disruption of faster payments and real-time payments is impacting primarily check and cash transactions in these early days of adoption, but it is easy to envision a point when other traditional payment types, including debit cards, will be challenged.” Sarah Grotta, Director, Debit and Alternative Products Advisory Service.

“Happy days are here again as U.S. credit card issuers reverse the downward trend in their profitability as the next decade begins. Low unemployment helped control credit loss expenses and increased credit card interest spreads improved revenue in 2019. Expect both factors to have a positive impact on the credit card industry in 2020.” Brian Riley, Director, Credit Advisory Service

“The saying that Wall Street financial markets climb a wall of worry applies to the U.S. retail sector as well. Entering 2020, merchants are concerned about rising consumer debt, tariff wars, and thoughts of recession. While some of these worries may be overstated, 2019 has seen the reality of thousands of store closings and a steady stream of retail bankruptcies. But 2020 holds promise for merchants to withstand these turbulent times by finding ways to grow sales across a variety of consumer shopping channels.” Raymond Pucci, Associate Director, Research Services.

“Unpredictability in the U.S. economic and political environment will likely cause segment shift in prepaid in 2020. The April 2019 changes in the Prepaid Rules by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which require prepaid general purpose reloadable (GPR) cards to have the same protections as debit cards, have resulted in modifications to prepaid program product offerings in the United States. Several other factors will affect prepaid in the coming year. Challenger banks that are currently online-only present new competition. Technological advances and economic and political factors will also influence the success of prepaid in 2020.” C. Sue Brown, Director, Prepaid Advisory Service.

“Technology innovation is leading businesses to expect more information and functionality, delivered across borders in a way that enables easy and safe utilization. Continuing digital adoption will deliver better, easier, and faster global services in commercial and enterprise payments in 2020 and beyond.” Steve Murphy, Director, Commercial and Enterprise Payments Advisory Service.

“It once took years for technology to alter markets and shift consumer behavior. Today those changes are happening more rapidly than ever before, and it’s unlikely that many processors, networks, or financial institutions are taking the shift as seriously as they should. Identity has emerged as the central issue for payments and account opening, but with the technology evolving so quickly, there are no benchmarks available to compare offerings and so determining appropriate solutions is difficult.” Tim Sloane, VP, Payments Innovation, and Director, Emerging Technologies Advisory Service.

Download Mercator Advisory Group’s 2020 Payments Outlooks for free.

For more information and media inquiries, please call Mercator Advisory Group's main line: 1-781-419-1700, send email to media@mercatoradvisorygroup.com.

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About Mercator Advisory Group:

Mercator Advisory Group is the leading independent research and advisory services firm exclusively focused on the payments industry. We deliver pragmatic and timely research and advice designed to help our clients uncover the most lucrative opportunities to maximize revenue growth and contain costs. Our clients range from the world's largest payment issuers, acquirers, processors, merchants and associations to leading technology providers and investors. Mercator Advisory Group is also the publisher of the online payments and banking news and information portal PaymentsJournal.com.

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Drivers With A Tight Budget Should Use Car Insurance Quotes Online

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 19, 2019

Compare-autoinsurance.org has launched a new blog post that explains how car owners with a limited insurance budget can obtain cheaper car insurance.

Find out more and get free car insurance quotes online: https://compare-autoinsurance.org/why-use-car-insurance-quotes-if-you-have-a-tight-budget/

Many drivers can't imagine their lives without driving their cars every single day. But to do that, they need car insurance. In some cases, car insurance can be expensive and drivers can’t afford it anymore. Fortunately, there are some ways to lower the price of car insurance.

To keep the insurance price under control or even lower it, drivers should follow the next tips:

  • Determine the available budget. Before purchasing any coverage, car owners should check how much they can spend on insurance. Besides purchasing the minimum required insurance by the state’s insurance laws, drivers can decide to purchase additional coverage.
  • Purchase only the services that are necessary. Many drivers will be tempted to add as many services as possible to their insurance policy. But doing so, it can be very expensive. Car owners should acquire only two, three useful services like roadside assistance or accident forgiveness.
  • Modify the deductibles. To lower the costs of car insurance, drivers can increase their deductibles levels to the max. However, this strategy can backfire If a driver has to make a claim and he can’t pay the deductibles. For this reason, drivers are recommended to create an emergency fund where they gather the necessary money to pay for the deductibles in case they will ever need to file a claim.
  • Compare online quotes. Online questionnaires will allow car owners to simulate different insurance plans based on their available budget.
  • Check for additional discounts. Drivers should check with their insurance companies if there are additional discounts that weren’t mentioned in the online forms. If additional discounts exist, drivers should also check how they become eligible to obtain them.

For additional info, money-saving tips and free car insurance quotes, visit https://compare-autoinsurance.org/

Compare-autoinsurance.org is an online provider of life, home, health, and auto insurance quotes. This website is unique because it does not simply stick to one kind of insurance provider, but brings the clients the best deals from many different online insurance carriers. In this way, clients have access to offers from multiple carriers all in one place: this website. On this site, customers have access to quotes for insurance plans from various agencies, such as local or nationwide agencies, brand names insurance companies, etc.

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