Tri-Ed Vancouver customer Sukh Bains of Action Lock and Security was the lucky winner of the Men's Mogul Event tickets
Tri-Ed continues to exceed customer expectations every day and in another showing of its appreciation, has sent four lucky customers and their guests off to the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
Together with several of its vendor partners -ACTi, Aiphone, Bosch, Clinton Electronics, Digital Watchdog, DSC, GE Security, Kantech, Panasonic, and Sound Acoustics - Tri-Ed Vancouver held four weekly draws for the Olympic tickets. Customers who purchased $500 worth of participating vendor products were entered to win two tickets to a 2010 Winter Game event. Competitions up for grabs were an Olympic Mogul event, Olympic Hockey event, Olympic Hockey Semi-Final event, and an Olympic Speed Skating event.
One lucky winner, Sukh Bains, General Manager of Action Lock and Security in Vancouver, was there to witness history when Canada's first Gold Medal on Canadian soil was won by Alexandre Bilodeau in the Men's Mogul Event. "We had a great time yesterday at Cypress Mountain," he reports. "Thank so much to Tri-Ed and its vendors for making it happen. My 11 year old could not stop smiling when we won the Gold Medal." Monique Cherrie, Tri-Ed's Western Regional Coordinator in Vancouver, adds "We value our customers so much, and are happy to show them our appreciation however possible. This Olympic draw contest is just part of that commitment."
Tri-Ed has served customers and the life safety security sector longer than any other distributor in the industry. As North America's largest independent wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, Tri-Ed offers superior customer service, same day shipping, flexible credit terms, online ordering, customer appreciation events and programs, technical systems support, and ongoing product training. For more information, visit www.tri-ed.com.