Yo Partners! Get your customers to “Pimp Their Infrastructure”!

 

 

 

 

YO PARTNERS! GET THE WORD OUT TO YOUR CUSTOMERS TO ENTER THE PIMP MY INFRASTRUCTURE CONTEST

Your customers in a small or medium sized business could win big prizes, and
YOU CAN WIN, TOO!!!!!

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Pimp My Infrastructure is a contest sponsored by HP and Microsoft®. Here’s how it works:

  • Choose a customer (or customers) whose business is challenged by a lack of infrastructure power.
  • Ask your customers to tell us their story.
  • Remind your customers to put your company’s name down as their reseller.
  • We pick the most worthy customers–one small-sized business (1 to 75 PCs) and one mid-sized business (76 to 300 PCs). We’ll “Pimp Their Infrastructure” with a prize package of goodies courtesy of our sponsors.
  • If we pick your customer’s submission, you’ll win some cool prizes.

Customer prizes include HP servers with Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processors, HP Compaq notebook PCs, HP iPAQ 910 Business Messengers, Windows Small Business Server 2008 Premium, Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Premium, Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate and HP printers. It’s the sort of stuff your customer will love. Harold did.

WANT YOUR CUSTOMER TO ENTER?

Visit our official site for official rules, entry, eligibility requirements and more information about prizes. Keep in mind that the deadline for submissions is 11:59 PM ET ON October 20, 2008!

Announcement of the winner will be at the Microsoft November 12th Customer SBS/EBS 2008 Virtual Launch.

Good luck!

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legally established businesses in the 50 U.S. (includes D.C.) and Canada (excluding Quebec) (but not public sector businesses, including schools, colleges, and universities) with 1 to 300 PCs in use at the business. Contest ends 11:59 p.m. ET on 10/20/08. See Official Rules for complete details. Void where prohibited. Sponsored in 2008 by Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA 98052 and Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P., Palo Alto, CA 94304-1185.

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