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Head to Hollywood with Toshiba

21 Aug 12

Toshiba resellers have the chance to win a trip to Los Angeles by selling selected business notebooks.

With a deadline of September 28, the ‘Head to Hollywood’ promotion will reward the winner with a trip for two to Hollywood.

The offer includes return flights to LA from their nearest capital city, airport transfers, seven nights’ accommodation at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, plus a host of tours – with an estimated value of more than $10,000.

“We are always looking for ways to reward sales success with our channel partners who play such an important role in Toshiba’s sales strategy,” says Angela Walker, Toshiba ANZ Channel sales manager.

“This competition aims to encourage resellers to promote our recently launched range of business notebooks and with a host of A-list prizes up for grabs we’re hoping for lots of entries.

“Best of luck to everyone who registers to take part and remember the more you sell, the greater your chance of winning.”

Runner up prizes include Toshiba TVs, notebooks, tablets, camcorders, Blu-ray players as well as coffee makers, luggage, headphones, gaming consoles, smartphones and GPSs.

To qualify for entry, channel reseller staff must have sold at least one business notebook from any of the following ranges between August 1 and September 28: Satellite, Satellite Pro, Tecra, Portégé.

To register click here

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