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B&G Chemicals & Equipment Launches Promotions Web Site

The new promotions site is located at www.pestpromo.com,

| November 6, 2009

DALLAS, Texas - B&G Chemicals & Equipment, headquartered in Dallas, TX, announced the release of its new promotions website.  Located at www.pestpromo.com, this website serves as B&G’s new hub for product promotions, special savings, store coupons and related discounts.

B&G Chemicals has store locations in Dallas, Ft. Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Oklahoma City and Phoenix, Arizona. 
 

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