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Attention ASUS New Zealand Channel Partners

01 Jul 15

Over recent quarters ASUS has been continuing the process of building its local presence within the New Zealand market.

ASUS is proud to be directly operating within the New Zealand market and wishes to continue the direct support of this market and further growing the New Zealand channel, optimising opportunities for ASUS New Zealand Channel Partners to grow with ASUS.

As such, ASUS wishes to remind its New Zealand Channel Partners that ASUS motherboards and graphics cards, including ASUS sub-brands such as renowned Republic of Gamers (ROG), The Ultimate Force (TUF), Pro Gamer and STRIX, can all be purchased from ASUS New Zealand Authorised Distributors.

ASUS New Zealand Authorised Distributors are Synnex New Zealand, Dove Electronics Ltd and Altech New Zealand.

Through these ASUS New Zealand Authorised Distributors and the local ASUS New Zealand representatives, make the most of the ASUS advantage! Complete with local Kiwi support, the most award winning product range and the ASUS brand reputation for being No. 1 in Quality & Service.

Thank you for your current business and thank you in advance for your continued partnership and efforts moving into the future. We look forward to growing the New Zealand market with you, striving for an ever stronger channel, supplying premium ASUS solutions to your customers.

Empower your business today with ASUS!

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