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Bird-B-Gone Designs New Web Site

Bird Management Products

Customers will find in-depth information including installation tips, specifications, CAD details and more.

| March 5, 2010

MISSION VIEJO Calif. – Bird-B-Gone announced that it has re-launched its Web site with new improvements. The new site is streamlined, easy to use, and designed to meet the needs of professional bird control installers; there is heavy emphasis on training and product information.
 
Customers will find in-depth information including installation tips, specifications, CAD details and more. A press section details recent “bird jobs” and bird control news, and new forms allow customers to give feedback on products, or receive help quoting jobs. Bird-B-Gone says its goal is not to "sell" products, but rather position customers to make the best quality decisions when it comes to designing, specifying and installing the right bird control product for the situation.

Visit the new site at www.birdbgone.com.
 

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