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Chicago Faucets has brought back its popular promotion that offers licensed plumbing contractors a $500 U.S. Savings Bond when they purchase and install $5,000 of Chicago Faucet products in a school project. The promotion applies to minimum orders of $5,000 that are placed and installed between May 1, 2008, and Sept. 30, 2008.
“We implemented this promotion last year because we wanted to offer something to contractors other than the typical premium,” said John Fitzgerald, director of marketing at Chicago Faucets. “The tremendous response, combined with the fact that college costs just keep on escalating, convinced us to bring it back.”
The promotion is only open to plumbing contractors or plumbing contractor companies, and is restricted to installations in educational facilities that are for $5,000 or more. There is no limit to the number of savings bonds a contractor can obtain as long as the orders are placed and the products installed between May 30, 2008, and Sept 30, 2008.
Entry forms and rules for qualification are available at participating wholesalers, from Chicago Faucets sales reps, or by visiting www.contractorsforeducation.com.