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B&G Announces New Video Series

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B&G Equipment Company has enhanced ts website with a series of new product videos.

| March 7, 2012

Dr. Bill Robinson narrates B&G’s video series.

JACKSON, Ga. — B&G Equipment Company announced an expansion of its website featuring a continuing series of new product videos.

“These videos deliver short and concise demonstrations of the time and labor saving equipment we make here in Georgia,” said Cecil Patterson, president of B&G Equipment Co.

New videos show the Lo-Line bed bug trap/monitor in action, B&G termite tools, the extensive duster line, the cart mounted Portable Aerosol Machine (PAS), and the Matrix II insect light trap. Each product video is conveniently located on its associated product page. Dr. Bill Robinson narrates the B&G video series.

All videos are free to watch and don't require passwords or log-ins to view on B&G’s website www.bgequip.com.



 

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