Saturday, August 6 from 11am to 3pm, the Blossman All-Propane Tiny House will be showcased at the Blossman Gas, Appliance and Hearth store’s annual Neighborhood Customer & Community Appreciation Event located at 170 Sweeten Creek Rd. in Asheville.
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.
Stuart Weidie, President and CEO of The Blossman Companies assumed the role of the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) Chairman during NPGA’s annual meeting in Washington, DC, on May 23rd. Mr. Weidie has an extensive history with the propane industry and association, including service on the Executive Committee, Governmental Affairs Committee, and a variety of task forces, including the Autogas Task Force. In his role as Chairman, Mr. Weidie will be the association’s representative to the industry at large. He will also focus on fostering cohesion between the NPGA, the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), and affiliated state associations.
Four Smart Tips for Upgrading Your Outdoor Space from Blossman Gas Propane appliances such as grills, patio heaters, fire pits, and outdoor lights are great ways to help you maximize enjoyment of your outdoor living area while providing a safe source of warmth, function, and ambience. Because many of these appliances are portable and available in a range of sizes and prices, you can customize your outdoor space to fit your style, needs, and budget.
Blossman Propane Gas, Appliance & Service bring you their 10 Top Energy Saving Tips consumers should know during the cold weather season. One of the key benefits of propane is that it doesn’t degrade or go bad like other fuels, making it safe and easy to store during the winter months.