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02 Dec 11

Synnex has drawn the five winners for its November reseller competition, which offered resellers the chance to win three laps around Hampton Downs racecourse driving a Lamborghini Murcielago.

The winning companies were Connect NZ, Cyclone, Elive, Isometric, and Playtech.

These businesses now face the task of choosing which employee will get to take up the prize.

Announcing the winners, Synnex also introduced its December promo, which gives resellers the chance to win a hot air balloon ride over the Waikato, followed by a champagne breakfast.

Go here to watch the draw, or here for more on the new promotion.

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