Destination Las Vegas for top performing Eaton ANZ reseller

Power management company, Eaton, today announced that the 2014 top performing reseller within its Power Advantage Rewards Program will have the opportunity to enjoy an all expenses paid trip to Las Vegas.

The prize, to be taken in September 2014, includes return airfares, five nights hotel accommodation and $1000 in spending money.

To qualify for the winning prize, resellers must have accrued a minimum of 10,000 points during the six-month promotion.

Launched in May 2012, the Eaton Power Advantage Rewards Program rewards resellers with points for each product unit sold through the Eaton sales channel – the points can then be redeemed against a selection of over 2,000 products and experiences available from an online site catalogue.

Resellers in the Eaton Power Advantage Rewards Program who achieve the highest points during the promotion which runs from 1 March to 31 August 2014 will win a memorable trip for two to Las Vegas.

“Our aim is to work with our partners so that they can be even more successful in the year ahead,” says Tina Kuleski, IT Channel Manager ANZ, Eaton.

“After all, their success is our success and we believe that a trip to one of the world’s most memorable destinations is a fitting tribute to the hard work and effort which our resellers perform day in day out on behalf of Eaton.”

To register for Eaton’s Power Advantage Rewards Program please go to website: or

The promotion is open to Australian and New Zealand resellers only.

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