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Propane Council offers seminars at GIE+EXPO

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Lawn care professionals and manufacturers will speak at the Propane Pavilion about mower usage and refueling options for contractors.

| September 19, 2011

WASHINGTON – Lawn and landscape contractors can learn from their peers about the advantages of using propane-fueled commercial lawn mowers, along with ease of refueling, in the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) Propane Pavilion (booth No. 11198) at the GIE+EXPO 2011.

Contractors from around the nation will discuss why they transitioned to propane-fueled mowers and selected the refueling approach that meets their unique needs: A propane cylinder exchange program, or a combination of cylinder exchange and on-site dispensing, with an on-site refueling infrastructure that includes a large tank and a no-spill dispenser. Those contractors, along with other green industry leaders, will explain how propane-fueled mowers provide cost savings, while meeting growing customer requests for environmentally friendly solutions.

Manufacturer representatives will speak about their propane-fueled mowers and the attributes that matter most to contractors and their customers. Multiple models of propane-fueled mowers also will be available for viewing in the Propane Pavilion, along with information on how a propane cylinder exchange program works.

Visit www.poweredbypropane.org prior to the GIE+EXPO (Oct. 27-29) or the PERC Propane Pavilion for a full seminar schedule.
 

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