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Toshiba channel partners in RWC comp

26 Jul 11

Toshiba is rewarding its New Zealand partners with a competition offering a host of Rugby World Cup (RWC) prize packs.

Each time a reseller sells a selected product they win entries into the draw based on the product’s value – one entry per $100.

"The reseller and retail channels are integral to our broader distribution strategy,” says Rob Wilkinson, general manager of Toshiba’s Information Systems Division, "so we are always looking for ways to reward sales success.

"As an official partner of RWC 2011 in New Zealand, we wanted to show our appreciation to the channel and offer this major prize as a way of saying thanks for their continued support.”

The top prize is tickets to the RWC final and bronze final, while the second prize is tickets to the two semifinals. Both come with flights where applicable, accommodation and Toshiba supporters packs.

The winner of the third prize will receive a RWC party pack, including a Toshiba TV and Blu-ray player to watch the games on and a chef to cook a meal for the winner and five friends at half-time.

Channel partners can register here.

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