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Ingram Micro NZ HP resellers sailing away to Bermuda in new promo

13 Feb 17

Ingram Micro New Zealand resellers who ‘surpass expectations’ will be in for a big win in the distributor’s latest promotion, which will see the winners heading to Bermuda in June for an America’s Cup experience.

Ingram Micro New Zealand says it has six seats on a five-day trips up for grabs, with skippers with the highest percentage increase in HP sales triumphing.

The Bring it Home Bermuda 2017 Experience includes on-water spectator passes for two days, with viewing from the land on the other two days, giving resellers the chance to get a close up view of Emirates Team New Zealand’s quest for the Auld Mug.

The promotion covers HP qualifying products from its commercial range, including notebooks, desktops, mobility and detachables. HP consumer products are not included in the promotion.

The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers and Challenger Playoffs begin on May 26, with the winner going through to the America’s Cup Match in June.

Emirates Team New Zealand bolstered its team earlier this year, signing Murray Jones for what the team says is ‘the most important six months of the 35th America’s Cup campaign’.

Jones is a five-time winner of the America’s Cup with his first wins with Team New Zealand in 1995 and 2000. He later followed Russell Coutts to Alinghi and the on to Oracle Team USA

Ingram Micro New Zealand says bonus prizes will also be up for grabs.

The promotion runs until April 26, 2017, with the winners announced in early May and heading off to Bermuda at the start of June.

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