Sydney, Australia – 17th October 2017 – As an innovative and trusted technology brand around the world, Brother International Australia is proud to celebrate its 40th birthday this year. Brother is a company with strong community values and works to consistently recognise the support of its partners and resellers, who success would not be possible without.
In celebration of Brother International Australia’s 40th Birthday, the company are thanking those valued partners with adrenaline pumping, insanity-generating and thrill-producing extreme rewards with a once in a lifetime Midlife Extravaganza!
As part of Brother’s At Your Side Partner Program, from October 2nd until November 24th 2017, resellers can sign up and purchase Brother hardware through authorised distributors for the chance to earn entries into various prize draws. Resellers who are already At Your Side partners will automatically be included in the promotion and can simply log in to the new At Your Side Partner Portal to can keep track of sales and entries on the front page of the portal. This displays all current sales for the month, also reflecting total entries received for Brother’s Midlife Extravaganza to date. In addition to accessing all information for the promotion, partners can also use the newly launched Partner Portal for everything else they could ever need from Brother International Australia including brochures, sales tools, whitepapers, case studies, news, tech support, product and price lists and a hub of sales tools.
Prizes are divided into four adrenaline-pumping tiers; Extreme, Insane, Crazy and Thrilling. The more partners purchase, the more entries they receive, and the greater the prize they could win!
For every $10,000ex GST of Brother hardware purchased each month, resellers receive one entry into the draw.
With a substantial $10,000 monthly spend, partners will be in the draw to win a cruise (departing from an Australian port), an outrageous Sea Doo Jetski or even a motorbike, taking extreme to the next level!
For every $5,000ex GST of Brother hardware purchased each month, resellers receive one entry into the draw.
Partners who want a little more rush through the system would be pleased to know that they may be in the running to win a sky diving experience for two. Also considering those who enjoy luxurious experiences, the Insane draw gives the chance to win a scenic helicopter ride with lunch for two, rent a super car for a day, or better yet, go all out with a shopping spree on Brother!
For every $2,500ex GST of Brother hardware purchased each month, resellers receive one entry into the draw.
For those who have a need for speed, perhaps a rally car racing for one or Harley tour for two will do the trick. In with the mix is also the chance to win a flight lesson or an Adrenaline.com voucher!
For every $1,000ex GST of Brother hardware purchased each month, resellers receive one entry into the draw.
Up for grabs is an Adrenaline.com voucher to satisfy all thrill seekers, a Harley tour for one, or, experience the excitement of water with surf lessons or Jetboating for two!
The more resellers purchase, the more chances there are to earn entries. For example, with $15,000ex GST purchased, partners receive 1 Extreme entry, 3 Insane entries, 6 Crazy entries and 15 Thrilling entries. Draws will take place on November 2nd, and November 30th, 2017. Participants are only eligible to win one prize per month. The promotion period runs from October 2nd – November 24th 2017.
Brother Authorised Distributors
Alloys, Dynamic Supplies, Leader, Synnex, XIT
About Brother International (Aust) Pty Ltd
With over 100 years in operation, Brother International is globally recognised as a brand synonymous with delivering product innovation and customer satisfaction. A specialist in its product lines, Brother is always ‘At Your Side,’ with its customer first approach in all aspects of business. Brother combines this customer satisfaction and its strong commitment to environmental conservation to manufacture innovative, reliable and practical products in the printing, sewing, imaging and labelling markets.
Brother International Australia was established in 1977 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Brother Industries, which was founded in 1908 in Japan. With a head office located in Sydney and State offices nationally throughout Australia, Brother has grown from humble beginnings to a diversified multinational corporation.
About Brother Earth:
Brother has made a commitment to sustainability and making a positive difference to the environment. Brother Earth is a Brother initiative and aims to build a society that achieves sustainable development by taking responsibility and considering the environmental impact of all aspects of business operations. At Brother Earth, visitors can choose how funds are allocated and see how Brother is contributing to environmental sustainability on a global level. ‘Click for the Earth’ at www.BrotherEarth.com and Brother will contribute to an environmental conservation project on a consumer’s behalf.
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