Hershey, Pa. – National CE and IT distributor D&H Distributing will hold its annual Mid-Atlantic Summer Technology Show here next week.
The event will be staged June 4 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, located in the country’s chocolate capital and a stone’s throw from D&H headquarters.
The show is expected to draw nearly 1,000 attendees and over 100 exhibitors, making it one of the distributor’s largest trade events.
The agenda includes six educational seminars from Cisco, HP, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft and first-time D&H presenter Dell; a special K-12 Education Opportunity exhibit, to help dealers prepare for the back-to-school selling season; and seminar prizes including $100 American Express gift cards and a Dell-sponsored grand prize valued at more than $500.
D&H customers will also receive special show-day-only pricing, an event tradition.
Exhibitors will include Asus, Epson, Google, Quirky, Toshiba, Samsung, Sennheiser, Western Digital and first-time exhibitor MakerBot. The show will also feature a wide range of components vendors including Case Logic, Creative Labs, Kensington, La Cie, Logitech, NVIDIA, OtterBox and Targus.
“We’re proud of the depth of information we’ve been able to deliver at our trade venues over the years,” said D&H marketing VP Mary Campbell. “The content and the special exhibits we’ve assembled with our partners has grown, creating a value proposition that is difficult to find in a similar one-day forum, especially without any kind of registration fee.
“We regard this as an investment in our customers’ development, delivering crucial tools and opportunities,” she said.
Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m., seminars will commence at noon, the exhibit floor will open at 3 p.m., and the show will close at 8:30 p.m.
For more information, call D&H at (800) 340-1007 or visit DandH.com.
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