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Pro-Tech launches online ordering

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Purchases are offered with free freight within the United States, and products will be shipped directly to the customer.

| October 31, 2011

Pro-Tech Manufacturing and Distribution now allows customers to purchase its latest line of products - the Sno Blade, Sno Blower and Sno Broom attachments -directly from its website at www.protechcorp.com.

Online purchases are offered with free freight within the United States, and products will be shipped directly to the customer. The new system lets snow and ice management professionals check availability before ordering, and as long as a product is in stock, it will ship within 10 business days. Pro-Tech representatives will call customers to let them know when their orders have shipped, and their freight partners will call to confirm delivery.

“This is just another way we’re offering proven value to our customers,” said Craig Geller, president of Pro-Tech. “We’re giving snow and ice management professionals exactly what they need – convenience and fair, straightforward pricing with products that are available when they need them.”

Pro-Tech plans to have the rest of its product line available for online purchasing by the summer of 2012. Sales tax applies only to those taking delivery in the state of New York.

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