We were very active in getting a blog out there and we're going to write in terms of the various industries that utilize fog - fire and rescue organizations, theatrics and entertainment
Columbia, TN (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
The fog machine: a classic staple of any entertainment center that has a roller rink, laser tag or dance floor. There are, however, downsides to indoor fog. For one thing, artificial fog is notorious for having terrible smell; it's also known to be an irritant for the general public.
Adam Pogue and Chris Markgraf had worked in the skating rink and laser tag industry and looked for a fog liquid that would cause no harm.
"Our kids hated the fog," said Pogue, "as did our employees. The fog that was available at the time would cause asthmatic problems and dry out the nasal passages. Then there's the smell."
Pogue and Markgraf consulted different chemists to help come up with a new fog formula that would eliminate the problems with the fog that were available.
In June 2005, the duo started Froggy's Fog (http://www.FroggysFog.com), a company that specializes in fog juice that tries not to irritate or cause harm. They also carry a selection of fog machines, as well as information to help people find the best machine for their use.
For their four year anniversary, Froggy's Fog has some new products, as well as a new blog.
"We're continuously adding new products," said Pogue. "We have a new entry in our haze fluid line called Neutronic Haze® Fluid and we have some new ones for our fire and rescue line which can be found at our site dedicate to military, fire and safety training (http://www.TrainingSmoke.com)."
Froggy's Fog is one of the most heralded companies in the industry, gaining positive feedback and reviews from their clients (which includes Universal Studios, Bush Gardens and Six Flags), as well as from people who suffer from asthma.
"According to Universal, our products do not seem to bother their customers and employees and it's rewarding to know that we're actually helping people enjoy their experience at theme parks and elsewhere," said Pogue.
Additionally, Froggy's Fog also has a new blog (http://www.FroggysBlog.com) that helps give people ideas in the versatile uses for their fog liquid.
"We were very active in getting a blog out there and we're going to write in terms of the various industries that utilize fog - fire and rescue organizations, theatrics and entertainment," Pogue explained. "It's also a good way to get feedback on what our customers need."
About the Company:
FroggysFog.com has been open since June 2005 and is operated by Adam Pogue and Chris Markgraf. The company was voted as providing the "World's Greatest Fog" and featured in the television show, "World's Greatest" in the fall of 2008.