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Blossman Gas was asked to be a part of history at the Pine Mountain Gold Museum and Scenic Railroad in Villa Rica, Georgia. Blossman Gas in Douglasville was chosen to convert the newly acquired C.P Huntington engine from natural gas to propane.

Kids get excited about safety — and bring learning home — when lessons are informative, engaging, and fun. That’s just one of the benefits teachers have noted about PropaneKids.com.

PropaneKids was developed as part of an ongoing effort to educate younger consumers on good propane safety habits. The propane industry believe that good safety habits should be adopted at a young age, and that the more children and teens know about propane, the fewer preventable accidents will occur.

Running a household is a demanding job, and families are always looking for ways to simplify, save and feel secure. Currently more than eight million homes in America utilize propane as an advanced energy source. Parents and homeowners are seeking clean, comfortable, environmentally friendly products and services that provide comfort to the home.

Sixty-two years ago, Woodrow Blossman founded Blossman Gas with a simple philosophy. “Blossman Gas exists for the benefit of its people, and the continued success of the company depends on rendering superior service to our customers.” While much has changed over the past sixty years, perhaps the biggest change is the busy pace of our lives. Longer work hours, two income households, and organized youth activity programs are just small examples. This often leaves precious little time for leisure activities and attending to basic household needs.