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Bayer launches 2012 fall solutions program

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An updated online ordering system for warm- and cool-season turf care products is now available.

| September 24, 2012

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Bayer’s Fall Solutions Program has returned for 2012. Golf course superintendents, lawn care operators, and other green industry professionals now can participate online at BayerFallSolutions.com, or via traditional mail, to maximize savings on the Bayer products they need to care for warm- and cool-season turf.

Bayer’s Fall Solutions Program is an online system that offers customers who are on-the-go a hassle-free way to take advantage of deals on herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. Submission and order forms are just a click away – and Bayer’s exclusive “acreage-treated” calculator allows customers to easily determine the amount of qualifying Bayer products they need. Earn a distributor product credit or Bayer Accolades points on Bayer products purchased between Oct. and Dec. 7, 2012.

“At Bayer, we are committed to providing our customers with the solutions they need to achieve quality results – at prices that are good for the bottom lines of their businesses,” said Scott Welge, head of marketing for Bayer’s Professional Lawn and Golf business. “Our PAK offerings are tailored to help address our customers’ unique turf management needs.”

Fall Solutions PAKs are Bayer products customized to best suit a variety of customer needs. New PAKs for the 2012 program include Bayer Snow Mold and Bayer Fairway PAKs. Customers who order any PAK between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31, 2012, will earn a 2 percent rebate on their entire purchase. Select product rebates are also available on the program website.


 

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