Leviton announced the launch of its 2016 Five Star Dealer Program, which is designed to highlight top dealers and integrators who help to ensure Leviton is meeting and exceeding their customers’ expectations of a professionally installed security and automation solution.
Those recognized within the program will receive meaningful benefits throughout the year to facilitate support and ongoing business development opportunities including sales leads, personalized technical support and customized marketing resources.
The program includes pre-qualified leads, a custom toll-free technical support number, online training and installation information content, showroom discount opportunities, dealer events including ISE and CEDIA parties, and more, Leviton reported.
In addition to earning a Five Star Dealer status, automation installation companies can elevate to the ELITE tier by achieving region-specific sales goals. For USA Five Star Dealers, the ELITE tier now features additional training and business development incentives based upon qualifying dollars from participating distributors. Once Leviton records indicate a sales goal has been achieved, a marketing consultation will occur to determine training and business development opportunities.
“The Five Star Dealer program allows us to strengthen loyalty, improve support tool availability and increase technical proficiency to positively represent the Leviton brand and values,” said Greg Rhoades, director of marketing for Leviton Energy Management, Controls and Automation.
The Leviton Five Star Dealer application is now available with a completion deadline of March 31, 2016, for international companies and December 31, 2016, for U.S. installation companies.
Visit dealer.leviton.com to review program benefits and requirements and submit applications.
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