Hershey, Pa. – D&H Distributing is capping its 2014 slate of regional trade shows with a tech event near its home turf in Chocolate City next month.
The national IT and CE distributor will hold its Mid-Atlantic Fall 2014 Technology Show Nov. 5 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, here, which is expected to draw some 1,000 dealers, retailers and resellers.
The event will feature exhibits, demo zones and new technology from more than 100 vendors, as well as seven seminar sessions by Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, HP, Lenovo and WD.
Other exhibitors will include Acer, Asus, Brother International, Canon, CODi, Epson, Dell, Lexmark, Linksys, Motorola, McAfee, SanDisk, Toshiba and Samsung, as well as accessory and peripheral manufacturers Kensington, Logitech, Targus and Thecus.
Attractions will include a Sennheiser demo room where attendees will be recorded live while testing the company’s new Speakerphone and Presence Bluetooth headset, and a server refresh opportunity booth and demo zone, located in the center of the show floor, where members of D&H’s solutions lab and server specialist team will offer their expertise.
All D&H customers will receive special one-day-only pricing for merchandise ordered on the floor, and can vie for door prizes including a $700 Home Depot gift card sponsored by Intel, Case Logic rolling bags, and a Brother MFC J6720-DW color inkjet multifunction printer and ink accessories.
The distributor’s “D&H Cares” employee-run charity foundation will be also be accepting donations for the Ronald McDonald House Charities during the show.
“We are going all-out when it comes to offering engaging, essential tutorials and demos at this event,” said D&H marketing VP Mary Campbell. “We hope to prepare our customers on how to prosper from new trends, in addition to presenting state-of-the art solutions in areas like mobility, wireless technologies, wearables and more.”
Registration is free and exclusive to D&H customers, who can contact their representatives at (800) 340-1001 or register online at dandh.com.