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Fumigation Service & Supply Announces Redesigned Website

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The site’s homepage welcomes visitors with bold new colors, a clean and crisp design, and promotes FSS’s focus of product, service, and education.

| June 1, 2010

WESTFIELD, Ind. – Fumigation Service & Supply has launched its new website at www.fumigationzone.com.  One difference that FSS offers its customers is technical support. Not one pest problem is ever the same and it takes experience and scientific understanding of the insects and the gases to be successful while focusing on managing risk. The redesigned site allows its visitors to easily browse examples of this on their new website:
• Informative grain, milling, and food processing education material
• Direct access to MSDS and Labels
• Training information
• User friendly product guide along with the New Hard to Find Catalog

The site’s homepage welcomes visitors with bold new colors, a clean and crisp design, and promotes FSS’s focus of product, service, and education.

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