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Lenovo’s reseller incentive programme makes a splash

Hooked on Lenovo is an Ingram Micro NZ Lenovo reseller incentive programme, this is the 4th time the company has taken on Great Barrier. 

This is also the 8th event for the Hooked on Lenovo programme.

During the event, 28 resellers and partners were taken to the Great Barrier.

Days were spent fishing and there were competitions where resellers competed to catch the biggest fish in different categories.

This year the weather played ball, the fish were sometimes challenging to catch but fishing won on the day.

The trip lasted a total of four days.

You can see the pictures from the event here:

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