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In 1951, E.W. (Woody) Blossman created Blossman Gas in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
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Blossman has been a Family Business since 1951 and Independence is at Our Core.
Team Up with Blossman! Join a Family-Owned Business with Over 60 Years of Stability!
Blossman Promotes a Safer Industry by Properly Training its' Employees And Customers!
Blossman is Dedicated to Making Our Customer's Life More Comfortable.
Depend on Blossman Gas to Supply the Propane (Energy) Needed to Fuel Your Business.
Blossman Gas is Prepared to Equip You with All Your Construction Needs.
Blossman Promises Farmers the Reliability They Expect from Their Propane Supplier.
Propane Powered Mowers Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Up to 30%!
Propane is a Naturally Safe Energy Source, Ensuring Worry-Free Comfort.
There are Many Benefits to Using Propane Including: Cost, Production, and Overall Comfort.
Make Your Home More Comfortable and Reduce Your Impact on the Environment with Propane!
On a nationwide average, propane costs less than electricity on a per-BTU basis.
Propane is One of the Cleanest Burning Fossil Fuels - Creating Less Pollution and cleaner Air.
Propane is sometimes referred to as liquefied petroleum gas, LP gas, or LPG.
17,000 BTU Power burner
Die-cast metal knobs and stainless steel handle
5.8 cubic ft capacity
Designed, engineered and assembled in the USA
10-year limited parts warranty on the burners, grates and cavity
EvenAir™ true convection uses a powerful heating element and a sturdy fan to circulate even temperatures for more consistent roasting and baking.
The Precision Cooking™ system combines Precise Preheat, Precise Bake and Precise Broil functions to deliver quick, evenly cooked meals in your oven.
The Power™ Burner allows for a slow, even saute and the intense heat for a seared, juicy steak.