SunBriteTV Ramps Up ‘Preferred Dealer’ Program
Outdoor TV maker SunBriteTV's Preferred Dealer program includes special discounts, free shipping and priority status for integrators.
The program’s benefits include free shipping, special discounts and the benefit of powerful sales leads. By joining SunBriteTV’s Preferred Dealer program and agreeing to a 12-month minimum purchase amount, custom installers qualify for free shipping on all SunBriteTV orders, removing the costly burden of transportation expenses.Plus, installers who reach their 12-month minimum purchase amount receive additional discounts off each purchase.
All Preferred Dealers are automatically included in SunBriteTV’s dealer locator and receive priority positioning in the website’s results listing. SunBriteTV’s online marketing campaign sends tens of thousands of leads to Preferred Dealers each month.
Commenting on the Preferred Dealer program, Tom Dixon, vice president of marketing at SunBriteTV, says, “This program is perfect for custom installation businesses of any size. It equips them with the products, discounts and extra services they need to capitalize on the consumer trend toward more outdoor entertainment, allowing them to drive high-margin outdoor TV sales through the fall football season.
“We want our channels to build a lucrative, long-term business around our brand. With our Preferred Dealer program together with the ongoing customer rebate program offering up to $600 off the price of the Signature Series lineup until December 31st,” continues Dixon, “We’re giving consumers and installers the best incentives possible to purchase an outdoor TV before the end of the year.”
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