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Distributors Target and B&G Announce Joint Venture Plan

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Tom Wright, president of B&G since 1991, will continue directing B&G operations as regional manager, and the company will continue under the B&G name.

| April 26, 2010

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. – Target Specialty Products and B&G Chemicals and Equipment Co. announced plans to enter into a joint venture.  
 
Tom Wright, president of B&G since 1991, will continue directing B&G operations as regional manager, and the company will continue under the B&G name.

“This is a great opportunity for B&G to partner with one of our best allies and friends in the specialty distribution business,” Wright said. “It is very good news for our customers, employees and suppliers.”
 
B&G and Target are leading regional distributors of professional pest control products, equipment and services.  Under the partnership, both parties will continue a tradition of quality and service that commenced in 1950 when Clayton Wright founded B&G.  

“We welcome the opportunity to work with an organization as fine and trusted as B&G.  We hold a shared philosophy of delivering value to our customers, employees, suppliers, and the communities we serve,” said Target President Lon Records. 

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