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The Katana Turf Herbicide will be available as early order and a Bundle Bomus Program.

| October 24, 2013

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Professional lawn care operators, golf course superintendents and sports turf managers can get a head start on next year’s maintenance plans while conserving valuable budgets with an early order incentive and product bundle bonus program, available from PBI-Gordon Corporation, for its Katana Turf Herbicide.

The program includes different opportunities to save:

1.  Katana Incentive

(Orders delivered by Dec. 6, 2013)

With a minimum purchase of eight (8) bottles or two (2) cases of Katana, lawn and turf professionals can receive a $100-per-case ($25 per bottle) rebate. Katana is packaged with four 3-ounce bottles per case (receive $100 per case with each additional case after minimum is met).

1.  Bundle Bonus Rebate

(Orders delivered by Dec. 6, 2013)

Add 10 gallons of SpeedZone and/or SpeedZone® Southern to each case of Katana ordered and earn an additional $2.50 per gallon rebate on the SpeedZone products (maximum 10 gallons for each case of Katana).

and/or

Add a minimum of four (4) bottles of Zylam 20SG to a Katana order and earn an additional $20-per-case ($5 per bottle) rebate. Zylam 20SG is packaged with four 2.7-ounce bottles per case.

1.  Early Delivery Bonus

(Katana and Bundle Bonus orders delivered by Oct. 30, 2013)

Receive an additional 1 percent rebate on Katana and Bundle Bonus orders delivered by Oct. 30, 2013.

Bonuses will be paid through VISA gift cards or GCSAA Gift Certificates (available to GCSAA members only).

Turf and lawn care professionals needing additional information about the Katana Early Order and Bundle Bonus Program, including order forms, and mailing and payment information, may visit GordonsProfessional.com, call 800.884.3719 or contact their PBI-Gordon sales representative.
 

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