D&H Announces 95th Anniversary Prize Promotion
D&H Distributing is giving away prizes to 95 integrators per quarter as part of a 95th anniversary promotion.
D&H Distributing is marking the company’s 95th year in business with a special Anniversary Promotion during each quarter of 2013. Customers are automatically entered to win one of the 95 Anniversary prizes by purchasing $1,000 worth of merchandise from D&H Distributing between now and March 31, 2013. The distributor will also continue to offer additional promotions and enhanced rewards in Q1 2013 through existing offerings such as its Incentives Rewards program.
For quarter one, a total of 95 individual D&H customers will be awarded a USB 3.0 VGA external video card, which allows end-users to utilize more than one monitor at a time per workstation. The anniversary promotions will repeat throughout 2013, with a new prize being offered to 95 different qualifying customers each quarter. D&H customers in both the U.S. and Canada are eligible.
The company has close to quadrupled its revenues in the past decade. The contest is the company’s way to celebrate with its customers and express gratitude for their ongoing loyalty.
“We’ve been working with D&H since 1976, and in all that time, the company’s ethic in helping us develop our business has been consistent, diligent and quite valuable,” says Gene Pedriani, president of PAMCO Enterprises, one of D&H’s long-held customers. “They’ve been a critical supply partner going back to before personal PCs. Their reps have stood by us through every market transition, pointing out new opportunities and helping us get to know unfamiliar technologies as developments arise—and they always arise.”
“We foresee an exciting 2013,” says Dan Schwab, co-president at D&H. “The company is proud to have grown along with the supply channel and the industry as a whole. As you get bigger, it doesn’t get easier, however. We are always trying to evolve to deliver the most value for our customers and vendors, because we know our success comes at their hands. Our employee ownership structure truly is a key differentiator that drives our service model and continuous improvement focus, with a goal to exceed the expectations of those customer and vendor partners.”
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