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Bird-B-Gone Launches Spanish Website

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The site contains technical information and ordering capabilities to assist the company's Spanish-speaking customers.

| October 26, 2010

MISSION VIEJO, Calif.  — Bird-B-Gone announces the launch of its new Spanish language website. Bird-B-Gone offers a complete line of effective and humane bird control products for the professional bird control industry.

The new Spanish language site offers the same in-depth information, products and includes installation tips, species-specific solutions, specifications, CAD details and more. A press section details recent pest bird jobs and bird control news, and forms allow customers to give feedback on products, or receive help quoting jobs.

Bird-B-Gone says that it looks forward to being able to better serve the Spanish speaking community and hopes the new site will make purchasing of bird control products, that much easier.

Visit the new site at www.birdbgone.com/es/ or call 1-800-392-6915 for more information.

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