In today’s fast-changing world, homebuyers, contractors and families alike are seeking a budget & environmentally-friendly, domestically produced, clean energy source for both commercial and residential use. Propane gas from Blossman fits the bill in every case!
From its humble beginnings in 1951 with one truck in Mississippi to over 68 branches today in 10 states, Blossman Gas ranks as the 8th largest propane dealer in the country and the largest independent dealer of propane. The Blossman Newsroom is designed to provide the media and our customers important information, images, news, videos and archival records of our newsletters. Please feel free to contact us with all of your information needs!
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In commemoration of Blossman Gas' 65th anniversary year, we are providing you, our valued customers, a detailed historical look at our company's history and founders in a three-part series, to be highlighted in upcoming issues of the Blossman BlueNotes.
"We are Blossman customers in the process of selling our present home and buying a new home. We can choose what type of energy source we want installed in the home for our heat, outdoor living area, washer & dryer, hot water tank and cooking. We have been happy with our cooktop and water heater but we are looking for information and cost analysis on electric versus propane. No natural gas lines run in the development. My husband and I think the propane will be a better choice for everything, but my husband has concerns. Any suggestions?"View all Newsletter Articles >
According to the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), 84 % of gas grill owners say it is important to follow basic safe grilling tips when using a gas grill, yet only one in three -35%- say they know a great deal about them. A separate PERC survey also found that less than 10% of American adults chose grilling-related risks or accidents as the top two common summertime risks that concern them, even as the typical grill owner cooks outdoors 22 times during the barbecue season.View all Press Releases >