Attend HPI’s Upcoming Webinar for a Chance to Win an ASUS MeMo Tablet

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Thursday’s webinar, hosted by NACS, will inform campus bookstores the benefits to competing against the big box stores and Apple.

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We have a great program with both Toshiba and ASUS, a unique and exclusive program that offers lots of value add. This very exciting merchandising program offers great benefit to our valued customers.

HPI International, a leading value added reseller of laptops, tablets and other technology and electronic-based products to college campus retailers across the U.S., is conducting a complimentary webinar Thursday, June 13 at 1 p.m. EST that will identify a program to allow college bookstores to carry customizable, built-to-order laptops for college students and their needs. The presentation will also show campus bookstores and other big box retailers how they can provide solutions to the dilemma of ever changing models from professionals in the industry.

Also, those who attend this webinar, which is hosted by the National Association of College Stores here, will have a chance to win a free ASUS MeMo tablet just for attending.

Representatives from both Toshiba and ASUS will demonstrate their products and the need for customizable laptops that meet the needs of today's college students. Furthermore, they will identify how these laptops and tablets offer a more affordable solution to Apple's products, which not every student can afford.

Toshiba – National Sales Trainer Tim Garber will present Toshiba’s “Built-To-Order” program. This demonstration will feature how these laptops cater to the individual needs of students, who can choose the specs they need through set pricing.

ASUS – Representative Andy Paul will demonstrate to campus bookstores that ASUS laptops, a PCMag’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Award winner, are the perfect alternative to expensive Apple laptops.

HPI International is proud to partner with these two major, best in class laptop and tablet companies.

“We have a great program with both Toshiba and ASUS, a unique and exclusive program that offers lots of value add,” HPI Vice President of sales and marketing Amy Berger said. “This very exciting merchandising program offers great benefit to our valued customers.”

According to Student Watch 2013, over 91 percent of college students own a laptop. In today’s academic world, students need laptops and computers that meet their wants and needs. It’s time that these unique solutions -- demo programs and customizable laptops -- are available to students at the convenience of a campus bookstore.

Thursday’s presentation is designed to educate and inform campus bookstore managers how to make their stores the only destination for students with technology needs. Attend the webinar and find out how to benefit from these programs while improving your margins this Thursday.

About HPI International: HPI is a Value Added Reseller of computers, tablets and related lined of technology products. Its goal is to focus only on those products that achieve the greatest results for customers. HPI focuses on developing strong manufacturer partnerships, so we can develop and deploy customized services and solutions for campus store buyers. At HPI, it's a guarantee that we will pay attention to your needs and offer unique solutions that will make any store stand strong against the competition.

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