NEC Launches Rebates for Schools
- By Bridget McCrea
NEC Display Solutions of America has launched a cash-back rewards program for schools participating in its Star Student program, which helps institutions acquire projectors and large-screen displays for use in the classroom.
A provider of commercial and residential LCD and plasma displays and projectors, NEC mails debit cards containing the cash ($5 to $50) directly to the schools, which may spend it however they choose. The product categories eligible for the rebate program include NEC projectors and large-format LCD and plasma displays from 32-inch to 65-inch sizes.
When schools register these products, the vendor adds the cash amount to their debit cards. To enroll, schools need to register online at www.necstarstudent.com. The new program replaces NEC's previous EDUwards points program.
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