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Choose WELL with DELL SonicWALL... Join us for lunch

26 Aug 14

Want to know why DELL SonicWALL provides you with an edge over the competition? Join Connector Systems for a lunch briefing session across New Zealand in September to find out why.

Providing attendees with tips and tricks on how to be successful with DELL SonicWALL, the value-added distributor will be hosting a lunch briefing in either Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland.

So whether you have already had the foresight to choose DELL SonicWALL or you have the nous to find out more, simply register your attendance and check in on the day to receive your reward.


11.30am - Registrations Open

12.00pm - Buffet Lunch

12.20pm - Introduction and Welcome

Tuesday 9th September
Rydges, 75 Featherston St

Wednesday 10th September
Novotel, 52 Cathedral Square

Thursday 11th September
Rydges, 59 Federal St

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