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Kiwi channel partners can win a Nissan car with Trend Micro

17 Mar 15

Trend Micro has officially launched a campaign to reward partners for sales.

As of right now, when any partner sells a Trend Micro Worry-Free Solution, they could win a Nissan Micra.

Partners can enter the Trend Micro Switch and Win channel incentive program in three steps:
- Enter to receive a unique Switch and Win code
- Sell any Trend Micro Worry-Free eligible product
- Add the unique Trend Micro Switch and Win code on all Trend Micro Worry-Free orders placed on an authorised Trend Micro distributor to earn points

In New Zealand Trend Micro is distributed by Ingram Micro and Soft Solutions.

To receive points, partners must make sure to add their Switch and Win code on all Trend Micro Worry-Free quote requests and orders placed on the chosen authorised Trend Micro distributor.

Those who have forgotten to include a Switch and Win code on an order can simply complete a Sales Claim to catch any missed points.

The individual with the most points at the end of the promotion will drive away in a new Nissan Micra valued at $15,000.

The Trend Micro Switch and Win is a channel incentive designed exclusively for all Trend Micro Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum Partners.

To be eligible to enter, you can become a Trend Micro Partner today by joining the Trend Micro Partner Program. Register today so you can start earning.

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