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Fiji calling for Ingram Micro resellers, and Hawaii is next

18 May 15

PB Technologies, Citywide Tech and Elive staff will soon be winging their way to Fiji courtesy of Ingram Micro and Brother.

The three resellers are the lucky winners of the Brother Tropical Fiji promotion, and achieved the largest percentage growth over their Brother targets between 01 February and 30 April.

All three will be heading to Fiji for a five day tropical getaway.

Nicola Bonsall, Ingram Micro’s Brother product manager, says the promotion was ‘a great success as shown by all the hard work and support from resellers’.

Ingram Micro’s next Brother promotion is already underway, and Bonsall says it’s also proving a winner.

“We are absolutely delighted with the huge interest for our next big promotion, Discover Hawaii 2015,” she says.

The promotion sees a five-day Hawaii stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort up for grabs.

The top three resellers with the largest percentage growth over their target will be heading to Hawaii with their partners.

Two wild card reseller spots are also up for grabs, with resellers achieving their Brother target over the promotion period of 01 May to 31 July 2015, entered into the draw to attend with their partner.

“For many resellers, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” Bonsall says.

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