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									FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                     CONTACT:           TOM PHILLIPS
September 24, 2009                                                                           17100 W. 118th Terrace
                                                                                             Olathe, KS 66061
                                                                                             Phone: 913.227.3400
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Grundfos “Impossible Tour” Concludes Journey across America
With 14-City Northeast Swing during October and November
Fully equipped and well-appointed traveling educational vehicle to offer New England
and Middle Atlantic contractor and engineer visitors information and hands-on training in
the latest technologies for residential, commercial and industrial pumps from Grundfos.

OLATHE, KANSAS — The Grundfos “Impossible Tour”
– a fully equipped, mobile educational center for
trade professionals in the plumbing, heating and
piping industry – will be visiting 14 different cities in
the Northeastern United States during the months of
October and November. This final swing of the 2009
tour begins in Cleveland, Ohio, in early October and
ends in Lancaster, Pa., in mid-November. In between,
the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” truck will travel
through a half dozen other New England and Middle               Inside the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” truck: Interactive displays
                                                                     and hands-on training in the latest pump technologies.
Atlantic states, spending one or two days in each
location and giving trades people an opportunity to view the latest in pump technology from Grundfos.


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The Impossible Tour schedule for the remainder of 2009 is as follows:

   October 2:        Cleveland, Ohio
   October 5:        Buffalo, N.Y.
   October 7:        Rochester, N.Y.
   October 9:        Syracuse, N.Y.
   October 13:       Albany, N.Y.
   October 15:       Newburgh, N.Y. — Orange County Choppers
   October 19, 21:   Boston, Mass.
   October 23:       Manchester, N.H.
   October 27:       Portland, Me.
   October 29:       Hartford, Conn.
   November 2, 4:    Long Island, N.Y.
   November 6:       East Rutherford, N.Y.
   November 10:      Philadelphia/Pottstown, Pa.
   November 12:      Lancaster, Pa.

The two-room vehicle includes a mini-theater for
viewing video programs, as well as a series of
interactive and working displays of a wide selection
of residential, commercial and industrial pump           Entrance to the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” truck, as it appeared
                                                                 at an event in suburban Chicago in September.
solutions from Grundfos. The tour features the new
ALPHA™, an energy-optimized, 115-volt circulator featuring a permanent magnet motor design that will cut
power consumption by a minimum of 50%, as compared with other circulators in its class.

For more information on the tour and how to register for a visit, see and
click on “Powered by the Impossible.”

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Grundfos Pumps Corporation, part of the Grundfos Group, is a global pumps and pumping systems leader
serving the residential, commercial-building and process-industry markets, as well as being a major
supplier to the water-supply and water-treatment industries. Founded in 1945 in Bjerringbro, Denmark,
The Grundfos Group is a worldwide enterprise that employs more than 18,000 people in 81 countries with
North American headquarters in Olathe, Kan.

For more information, visit the website at

For editorial assistance, contact John O’Reilly, c/o O’Reilly/DePalma in Frankfort, Illinois;
tel.: 815-469-9100, extension 302; fax: 815-469-2555; E-mail:

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