WOODBURY, N.Y. -- Tri-Ed/Northern Video Distribution has expanded its customer loyalty program, Great Expectations, to provide more rewards for its customers.
The program, now in its fifth year, will award customers one point for every dollar spent. Additionally, consumers will receive double points for featured supplier purchases. Points can be redeemed for merchandise rewards such as electronics, sporting items, jewelry, travel and more.
"The Great Expectations program was designed to reward our loyal customers," says James Rothstein, senior vice president, Tri-Ed/Northern Video Distribution. "In the process, it's also benefitted our suppliers and helped build their brands. It's been an extremely successful program all around and we're pleased to renew it for the fifth consecutive year."
Aiphone, Altronix, Bosch, Clinton, Coleman Cable, Computar Ganz, Digimerge, Digital Watchdog, DSC, FireLite, GE, Hikvision, Kantech, Linear, OpenEye, Panasonic, Pelco, Samsung, Sony and Speco Technologies serve as participating suppliers.
Customers can register for the program at www.tri-ed.com.
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