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PERC to Highlight Propane’s Expansive Uses at Golf Industry Show

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    PERC to Highlight Propane’s Expansive Uses for Course Owners, Managers at Golf Industry Show​


    WASHINGTON (February 19, 2015) — The Propane Education & Research Council is inviting club owners and managers attending the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio, Texas, to learn how nearly every major application at work on their properties can be powered with clean, American-made propane.

    “Show attendees may be surprised to learn about the different ways propane can be utilized throughout a golf course and club,” said Jeremy Wishart, deputy director of business development for PERC. “The more applications powered with propane, the better it is for cutting costs, improving energy efficiency, and, most importantly, creating that unforgettable customer experience every club is looking to provide.”

    Located in booth No. 13019, PERC officials will be on hand to discuss how propane-powered applications can deliver major financial and operational advantages for the golf industry.

    “Propane is a versatile fuel that can power nearly every major application of a golf club’s operations,” Wishart said. “It delivers exceptional performance for everything from indoor appliances to mowers, maintenance vehicles, backup generators, and more, so a club’s facilities can enjoy an overall level of reliability, comfort and savings that other fuels simply can’t match.”

    Indoor appliances that can be powered by propane include: furnaces, boilers, water heaters, cooking equipment, clothes dryers, and fireplaces. Propane-powered outdoor living applications include fire pits, patio heaters, flame features, outdoor kitchens, and grills.

    Propane can also power much of a course’s grounds maintenance needs, including its mower fleet, turf equipment, and propane-autogas-powered trucks. A club can also invest in a propane-powered standby generator to keep the facility operational even when an unexpected power outage occurs.

    Visit www.buildwithpropane.com/golf to learn more about the advantages of propane and explore propane-powered appliances and equipment.
     

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