BENTLEY'S PET STUFF, ALONG WITH ENTREPRENEUR MARCUS LEMONIS, ACQUIRE ZOEY'S EATZ AND TREATZ RETAIL STORE IN WILLOWBROOK, IL

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LINCOLNSHIRE, IL--(Marketwired - Apr 12, 2016) - Bentley's Pet Stuff, a family-owned healthy pet foods business founded by Lisa and Giovanni Senafe, along with entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's reality series The Profit, today announced the acquisition of Zoey's Eatz and Treatz, a leading local pet products store in the Willowbrook area. Following the acquisition, plans have been put in place to renovate and expand the current facility over the coming months. 

Zoey's Eatz and Treatz opened in 2008 near the Willowbrook Town Center Mall at 7189 South Kingery Highway in Willowbrook, IL, and enjoyed stellar reviews on the staff's friendly service, expertise and quality of their natural pet products. The knowledgeable staff will continue to work at the newly merged business to assist with the expansion of the Bentley's Pet Stuff brand.

"This acquisition continues our quest for a strong position in the natural pet food sector," said business partner, Marcus Lemonis. "It will enable us to enhance the health and well-being of even more cats and dogs and represents an exciting expansion of our business in the greater Chicagoland suburb market." 

Bentley's Pet Stuff sells natural food, pet care essentials, toys, grooming products and treats for their four-legged friends. The company focuses on the three critical elements in caring for pets: to nourish, energize and reward. Specialty pet food brands such as Fromm, Orijen, Zignature, Honest Kitchen and Stella & Chewy's can be obtained at all Bentley's Pet Stuff locations. In addition, seasonal products and holiday gift items are available for purchase throughout the year. 

Lisa Senafe, CEO and Founder of Bentley's Pet Stuff, stated, "The businesses acquired by Bentley's Pet Stuff know that we will honor their mission and history in our commitment to promoting healthy foods and treats for the well-being of animals." Mrs. Senafe added, "We look forward to discussions with additional small business owners that may be concerned about managing inventory, handling taxes and dealing with landlords to see how Bentley's can be of assistance in their communities to continue to offer the best, quality products to their four-legged friends."