April 28, 2010

ABA to offer members discounts on HP products

On Wednesday, the American Bus Association (ABA) announced a Premium Partnership with HP to offer all ABA members special pricing and significant discounts on a wide range of HP business products they use every day, including printers, notebooks, PCs, domestic shipping services, Internet servers and more.

"ABA's new Premium Partnership with HP means that our members booking tours, booking rooms and booking shows will save money on the latest technology," said ABA President/CEO Peter J. Pantuso, CTIS. "We're pleased to provide such a valuable new benefit to ABA members, because we know that even as the economy stabilizes, every dollar still counts."

HP's commitment to recycling computers under three years old at no charge also resonated with ABA because it shows the company is dedicated to green business practices consistent with motorcoaches as the greenest way to travel.

ABA members can call 888-202-4465 to order, using the special code "Helping Philadelphia Marketplace Scheduling 2," or the acronym HPMS2, or go online here. Other ABA member specials are also available, plus free domestic ground shipping.

 

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