Author Archive for: Steven Spitz
Steven Spitz, CEO of Big Apple Pet Supply, has been featured on the coveted Pet Product News Top 25 People in the Pet Industry To Watch list and has sold to and consulted with hundreds of zoos, museums, parks, universities as well as thousands of pet owners. Steven has been cited and quoted in countless pet industry magazines and over the last 17 years he has established a specialty in pet care and pet product manufacturing. Steven also holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University in Manhattan.
More recently, Steven's concepts in cause marketing has established him as a rising pet expert and public figure in the social media world under the trademarked name Vegan Petman. In 120 days, his Twitter account achieved over 6,000 pet followers and in 100 days, his Facebook page had more than 2,700 pet fans. His corporate Facebook page stands at over 11,000 pet fans and continues to grow at a rapid pace.
Steven lives happily in Delray Beach, FL with his family.
For more information, please visit BigApplePetSupply.com.
Entries by Steven Spitz
The pursuit of happiness in most people’s lives is seemingly elusive. In some respects, it almost seems that the concept of happiness has been left out of the evolutionary design. Leo Tolstoy said, “Joy can be real only if people look upon their life as a service, and have a definite object in life outside themselves and their personal happiness.” I’m going to share with you a difficult part of my childhood in the hopes it illustrates that the path you choose is critical to the level of joy you experience. When I was 12, my family moved from New… Read more.
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