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Ewing launches business solutions offering

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Green industry professionals can find discounts for a variety of business products and services through the Ewing Advantage Resource Network (EARN).

| February 25, 2011

The Ewing Advantage Resource Network (EARN) is an online service center connecting Ewing customers with companies that provide discounted products and business services designed to protect, enhance and more efficiently operate their businesses.

“Our focus is on helping landscape and irrigation professionals succeed in business by providing quality education programs, advanced business tools and professional services,” said Douglas York, president of Ewing Irrigation Products. “EARN provides us with another opportunity to help our customers improve their bottom line and position them for continued growth.”

EARN offers customers the ability to easily access and save on products and services that support fundamental business operations, including payroll services, computers, equipment, insurance, marketing services, promotional materials, software designed for landscape and irrigation applications, office supplies and more.

Ewing customers can register their account online to freely access discounts from participating EARN service provider partners, such as Paychex, Dell, Ditch Witch and Go iLawn. EARN participants also gain access to other Ewing Advantages, such as online ordering and account management, job tracking information, automatic volume-purchase discounts, year-end cash rebates and more.

 To view the complete EARN offering, visit www.ewing1.com/earn.

 

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