Press Releases

Blossman Gas, Appliance and Service based in Ocean Springs, MS purchased the assets of Palmetto Gas located in Ridgeland, South Carolina on January 31st. Palmetto Gas’ 2800 customers will be integrated into Blossman’s current customer base of 135,000. “We are very excited about this acquisition,” said Stuart Weidie, President and CEO of Blossman Gas. “We‘re pleased that Palmetto’s owner Jim Dixon and his team are joining Blossman. The Hilton Head, South Carolina area is a thriving market affording us numerous opportunities for growth and our two companies share many core beliefs regarding providing superior service to customers.” adds Weidie. “This acquisition fits well with Blossman’s strategy to grow both organically and through the purchase of outstanding propane companies.“

Blossman Services, Inc. (BSI) announces that its Small Engine Division is designing and manufacturing an engine-specific propane gas mower conversion kit that will meet EPA certifications standards. Available for purchase on April 1, the Blossman Propane Mower Conversion Kit will provide cost savings and a high quality conversion kit to landscape contractors and mowing industry.

Blossman Propane Gas, Appliance and Service based in Ocean Springs has donated $50,000 to Mississippi’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program, according to a company news release. In total, Blossman Gas contributed $200,000 to four states experiencing the greatest heating shortages.

Blossman Propane Gas, Appliance and Service based in Ocean Springs, MS, providing comfort to families throughout the Southeast U.S. for more than 60 years, has donated $50,000 to the State of Georgia’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). In total, Blossman Gas contributed $200,000 to four states experiencing the greatest heating shortages.

Blossman Propane Gas, Appliance and Service based in Ocean Springs, MS, providing comfort to families throughout the Southeast U.S. for more than 60 years, has donated $50,000 to the State of Alabamas’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). In total, Blossman Gas contributed $200,000 to four states experiencing the greatest heating shortages.