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Rockwell Labs Launches New Website

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New design features streamlined navigation and new features, according to the company.

| August 23, 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rockwell Labs announced the launch of its new website.

The new www.RockwellLabs.com features a streamlined navigation structure for easily finding pest control, sanitation and equipment details and information, Rockwell Labs said. New sections include a combined MSDS and label page for easy access to all of Rockwell's product information, a resources section, a blog personally written by company founder and CEO Dr. Cisse Spragins, and a news page to keep up with Rockwell, the company said.

"We're excited to launch this new user-friendly web site," said Dr. Spragins. "Like our entire product line, we've designed it for the busy PMP, so they can quickly and easily obtain the information they need to help improve their business."

Visit the new site at www.RockwellLabs.com

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