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Exeed heating up rewards for spending on HPE and Aruba

26 Jun 2018

Exeed, the 100% Kiwi owned and operated IT distributor, is currently running two promotions for their reseller partners.

Partners will have the chance to grab themselves a bag full of travel with HP and HPE, or score some tech goodies when purchasing HPE or Aruba products.

To celebrate Exeed’s first year as the exclusive IT distribution partner with Airpoints for Business, eligible partners will receive double Airpoints Dollars on any HP and HPE purchase before the end of the month.

Those who want to grab those rewards better act soon, as this is the last week that the promotion will be running.

“Our customers can use Airpoints Dollars to buy flights to attend training or vendor conferences, like Microsoft Inspire which this year is in Las Vegas,” says Exeed marketing manager Joanna Burgess.

“They can also transfer them to personal Airpoints accounts to reward the team... The Airpoints for Business partnership has been a hugely successful one for Exeed.” 

The HPE/Aruba promotion is running until the end of July when any reseller who hits a target amount will walk away with a nice little reward.

With the minimum spend of $10,000 comes everyone’s favourite droid, a Sphero app-enabled R2D2.

There are more prizes further up the scale at $25,000, $50,000, $100,000, and those that hit the $250,000 mark will really rake in the rewards.

At the highest level of sales, partners will get to choose from getting four(!) Sonos Play 3 speakers or a full entertainment package that includes an Xbox One S and a controller, Call of Duty World War II, Forza 7, and a 55” Samsung Display.

Other rewards available include the TomTom Cardio Watch and the KEF Porche Design Wireless Headphones.

Like all promotions, there are terms and probably conditions so be sure to do your research and get in touch with an Exeed representative.

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