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Dow AgroSciences kicks off applicator rebate program

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Users earn cash rebates on product purchases made Sept. 1, 2010, through Aug. 31, 2011.

| October 22, 2010

INDIANAPOLIS – Dow AgroSciences has kicked off the 2010-2011 Power of MORE rebate program. It allows users of Dow AgroSciences turf and ornamental herbicides, fungicides and insecticides to earn cash rebates on product purchases made Sept. 1, 2010, through Aug. 31, 2011.

Customers earn cash back when they purchase Dow AgroSciences branded products and products that contain Dow AgroSciences active ingredients. Cash rebates are available on more than 50 participating products, including formulator brands and on-fertilizer formulations.

The full list of eligible products can be found at www.powerofmore.com. In addition, customers can earn bonus rebates based on the total rebate amount earned throughout the year.

“We made the Power of MORE program easy. The more you purchase, the more you earn,” says Patrick Bell, product manager with Dow AgroSciences. “Customers can purchase the products they need when they need them and collect their cumulative earnings at the end of the year-long program.”

Qualifying products must be invoiced during the purchase period of Sept. 1, 2010 through Aug. 31, 2011. Completed rebate forms and invoices must be postmarked by Sept. 30, 2011.

Qualifying products and program guidelines, as well as a rebate calculator are available online at www.powerofmore.com. Customers can also contact their local distributor sales representative or a Dow AgroSciences sales representative for more information.

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