Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
Canada Goose control company Away With Geese is offering shipping at no charge to customers who order six or more units from the company, starting today and extending through the entire month of October.
There is an Away With Geese goose deterrent unit for every type of landscape, including ponds and lakes, private yards, public areas and parks, and flat rooftops. Each unit covers a 75-yard radius. Multiple units are required in different scenarios, such as a larger grass or water areas, a pond that has a horseshoe or irregular shape, or a roof with line-of-sight obstructions, for example. Away With Geese offers a free placement study of properties, including recommendations for the types and number of units needed.
According to Tom Wells, President and Founder of Away With Geese, “Listening to our customers has always determined the direction our company has grown. By working with them on their geese problems, we’ve achieved a 97% success rate, and can guarantee satisfaction, something that we are very proud of. We want to offer this promotion as a way say ‘thanks’.”
The promotion is good for any combination of the Away With Geese units, including land, water, dock-roof, or sports units that add up to six or more. Orders can be placed by calling 513-941-6730 or ordering the goose deterrent products on the Away With Geese website. For orders placed online, the zero shipping charge will be shown on the invoice.
About Away With Geese
Away With Geese is a family-owned and operated goose deterrent company that offers satisfaction guaranteed goose deterrent products. With nearly 10,000 sold, Away With Geese has a success rate of over 97%. The goose control products are environmentally friendly, humane, maintenance free, and covered by a warranty. They feature a solar-powered light that is scarcely noticeable to humans but is very disruptive to the sleep of the geese, causing them to find another habitat after just a few restless nights. There is a unit for every type of landscape. To learn more go to: http://www.awaywithgeese.com.