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Electrograph Spreads Holiday Cheer with 12 Days of Christmas Promotion

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HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK – Amid blizzard-like economic conditions, Electrograph Systems is spreading holiday cheer with the introduction of its “12 Days of Christmas 12 Ways to Save and Win” promotion, which begins today and runs through December 23, 2008.

Each day during the 12 Days promotion, Electrograph will feature one of its top display vendors and announce a special deal from that manufacturer, which is valid for that day only. Reseller partners will be notified about this special deal via a daily email announcement.

Additionally, the company will give away a prize worth at least $1,500 each day. To qualify, an Electrograph partner must purchase a minimum total of $5,000 on anything in stock or drop shipped from the manufacturer. If the $5,000 order includes any product from the featured manufacturer of the day, the partner will receive an additional prize entry, for a total of two chances to win.

“In these tough economic times, we wanted to bring our resellers some incremental margin opportunities with a fun holiday theme,” said Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems, Inc. “We’ve teamed up with our vendor partners to give our resellers some early holiday presents in the form of incredible prizes they can enjoy or use as incentives for their own employees.”

Participating manufacturers include Sony, Viewsonic, NEC, Epson, Pioneer, Samsung, Hitachi, Panasonic, Philips and LG.

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