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P+L Systems Launches Dedicated North American Fly Light Website

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The site includes a sneak peak at fly lights soon to be available in the U.S. and Canada under the Synergetic brand.

| July 6, 2011

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — P+L Systems announced the launch of www.synergetic-flylights.com, a new website dedicated to bringing the Synergetic fly light brand to North America.

As well as including long-established and popular fly light ranges, many of which are familiar to many PMPs, the site also offers pest management professionals and distributors a first-look at some of the brand new innovative fly lights soon to be available in the U.S. and Canada under the Synergetic brand, which has become an industry leader in Europe.

“This is a really exciting time for P+L Systems in the North American pest management industry,” said Chris Bowley, P+L Systems’ U.S. representative. “The brand new products offer exciting innovations into the marketplace, for both electric grid and glueboard fly lights, as well as the new Aura decorative unit which has taken Europe by storm. The combination of groundbreaking features, attractive designs and focus on serviceability are unique and provide outstanding fly control and excellent profit opportunities for the entire professional pest management sales channel.”

Visit www.synergetic-flylights.com today to learn more.
 

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