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BASF Launches Leap into Savings with Termidor Promotion

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Now through March 30, 2012, PMPs can receive a $15 instant rebate per 20-ounce bottle of Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide and Termidor NY insecticide.

| March 1, 2012

BASF today announced that now through March 30, 2012, pest management professionals (PMPs) can receive a $15 instant rebate per 20-ounce bottle of Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide and Termidor NY insecticide from BASF Pest Control Solutions business in North America.

Purchases must be made from an authorized BASF distributor. PMPs may realize the savings from multiple unit purchases until March 30, 2012. For more information on the ‘Leap into Savings with Termidor’ rebate, PMPs should contact their BASF sales specialist.

For more information on BASF Pest Control Solution products and solutions visit www.pestcontrol.basf.us.

 

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