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Nationwide Marketing partners with InstallerNet

Posted on April 1, 2009

Nationwide Marketing Group, the $11-billion buying and marketing organization made up of more than 2,800 independent appliance, electronics and furniture dealers, has chosen InstallerNet Inc. as their exclusive installation services provider.

 

Approximately 900 Nationwide member dealers, who sell electronics but do not offer installation, will now have the opportunity to sell InstallerNet InstallCards, giving them instant access to professional in-home and in-vehicle installation services provided by local InstallerNet network members across the U.S.

 

InstallerNet’s 2,000-plus network member businesses will be exposed to the benefits provided by the Specialty Electronics division of Nationwide (SEN), giving them access to factory direct pricing from top brands and several other SEN benefits. In turn, qualified SEN members will be invited to join the InstallerNet network and will comprise a sub-group that will be “preferred providers” for Nationwide member dealer transactions. Qualifying SEN members joining InstallerNet will also have the opportunity to participate in several other installation programs offered by InstallerNet.  

 

 

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