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COMPETITION: Win an exclusive trip to the Houston Space Center courtesy of Dicker Data and Plantronics

09 Mar 18

When it comes to iconic global destinations that have the most to offer in terms of learning about space exploration and research, it simply doesn’t get more significant than Houston, Texas.

Nicknamed the ‘Space City’, Houston is home to NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson space centre and the Christopher C. Kraft Jr. Mission Control Center, with these facilities being responsible for many of the great aerospace achievements of the past century.

Now Dicker Data New Zealand and Plantronics want their local partners to get a taste of that decorated history first hand, as they look to take six lucky resellers to the iconic Houston Space Centre in October.

As the official visitors centre of the Johnson Space centre, the facility is one of Houston's top tourist destinations, featuring NASA's Historic Mission Control, more than 400 space artefacts (including the worlds largest collection of moon rocks for public view), permanent and travelling exhibits and a number of other attractions.

Winners will also visit Plantronics' global headquarters in Santa Cruz, California, where they will get to view one of the original Apollo mission headsets as worn by Astronauts on the moon.

To win, partners just need to invest in the Plantronics product portfolio with Dicker Data, with each dollar the equivalent of 1 entry into the competition.

There are some exciting accelerators to help you achieve this amazing prize:

  • New to Plantronics - 1000 bonus entries with their first purchase,
  • Double entries for ordering with your Microsoft purchase,
  • 2000 additional entries when ordered in conjunction with Plantronics Manager Pro and lastly; 
  • 500 bonus entries for a qualified end user meeting with the BDM.

To do this just reach out to Chris Harding directly on chris.harding@dickerdata.co.nz, or give him a call on 0224079479.

Dicker Data definitely know how to treat its reseller community, with the distributor’s most recent competition winners scoring a vacation in Vanuatu, where they experienced a night volcano safari, while also getting the opportunity to sip cocktails in an infinity pool.

This further underlines the trip to Houston as one that’s not to be missed.

For more information on the competition and for terms and conditions click here.

Good luck!

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