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Atrix Announces Rebate on Three Vacuum Models

Atrix International announces a manufacturer rebate for three of Atrix’s vacuum models used in the pest control industry.

| October 4, 2012

BURNSVILLE, Minn. — Atrix International announces a manufacturer rebate for three of Atrix’s vacuum models that they manufacture in Burnsville, Minn.  Phillip Riedel vice president of Atrix International, said “Peter McDermott is our Eastern regional sales manager who is working with PMP distributors and will be working closely with [consultant] Patrick Callahan to direct his efforts to grow our market share in this arena.” 

McDermott added, “Atrix International is a leading supplier of HEPA systems to professional technicians in other markets such as computers, electronics and office equipment.  PMPs doing pest control around sensitive equipment should know our Omega Green Supreme (black hose model) is ESD Safe (electro-static discharge safe).  PMPs won’t have to worry about static electricity around circuit boards on cash registers, expensive medical equipment such as MRI machines that have bed bugs or servers in data centers infested with roaches or rodents. ”

 The rebate is available on the following models:

  • Express VAC ( quart capacity) - $15
  • Omega Green Supreme ( Black hose model and Clear Hose model, Gallon) - $25
  • The Big Guy High Capacity ( 5 Gallon) - $50

The purchases must be made from September 10, 2012 through October 31, 2012.  No limits on number of units you can buy. Submit rebate form by November 30, 2012 with copy of distributor invoice.

CLICK HERE to download the rebate form.

More information about Atrix International products can be found at www.atrix.com.

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