"What's Buggin' Biffle" Video Web Series Debuts
Designed to educate consumers about Ortho products, "What's Buggin' Biffle" takes on everyday challenges and gives homeowners real-life answers in a fun and engaging way. From keeping fleas and ticks off your pets to NASCAR superstitions, the web-series gives fans a peek under Biffle's hood to see what's buggin' him both on-and-off the track. The season preview for "What's Buggin' Biffle" is LIVE now on Ortho's YouTube channel. Fans are encouraged to subscribe to the channel and receive the episodes directly to their email inboxes. Fans can also join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by using #WhatsBugginBiffle or by visiting www.DriveBugsAway.com.
"This has been a blast to be a part of - as a consumer of the Ortho brand at home and on the road, this web series allows me to share personal anecdotes with fans while helping them make their lives as homeowners a little easier," said Biffle.
New episodes of "What's Buggin' Biffle" will air bi-weekly and consumers can catch past episodes, follow the social conversation and answer trivia questions at www.DriveBugsAway.com, where there are also chances to win discounts from Ortho and great prizes from Biffle including autographed memorabilia.
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