Washington, D.C. - In recognition of their tremendous efforts and years of success, U.S. Senator Jim Risch has named Wild Touch Taxidermy as the Idaho Small Business of the Month. The company will be recognized in the Congressional Record of the United States Senate.
“I am pleased to recognize Wild Touch Taxidermy as an outstanding small business. This is a company that has grown and adapted for more than 29 years.” said Risch. “Wild Touch Taxidermy has achieved success as a custom taxidermy shop with the ability serve customers from any country. In part due to help from a State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) grant program, Wild Touch Taxidermy has been able to further develop their international presence. Utilizing STEP grants, Wild Touch Taxidermy’s actual export sales for year one leveraged a return on investment of 15:5:1 and actual export sales for year two leveraged a return on investment of 74:4, with anticipation of more sales in the international market. I congratulate everyone at Wild Touch Taxidermy on their success and wish them the very best in the future.”
Licensed in 1985, Wild Touch Taxidermy offers exceptional options for preserving and displaying trophy animals of all varieties and conditions, including skull mounts, old mounts, tan tides, and clean skulls. Ensuring customers, “We Do It All,” the business is dedicated to quality and meeting the custom needs of all clients. By providing outstanding products both domestically and abroad, Wild Touch Taxidermy is symbolic of the small business spirit that drives Idaho’s economy.
Senator Risch is the highest ranking Republican on the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The committee oversees proposed legislation on matters relating to entrepreneurship and provides oversight of the Small Business Administration. They also research, investigate and report all problems relating to American’s small businesses to the full Senate.