Calling all college hoops fans! You might want to brush up on your shooting skills because it could increase your chance to win two lower-level tickets plus hotel accommodations to the NCAA Mens Final Four Basketball Championship in the Georgia Dome, March 31 – April 2.
In conjunction with the COMPTEL PLUS Spring EXPO, Sandy Beaches Software will offer expo attendees a chance to enter a drawing for the tickets. The drawing will be held at the Sandy Beaches booth this Thursday, March 1, at 4 p.m. Those attending the show this week can qualify to enter the drawing three different ways: by posting one of 15 highest scores during the show in the Pop-a-Shot contest at the SBS booth; all current and new SBS customers who stop by Sandy Beaches Software booth during expo hours; and any prospective SBS customers who schedule and complete an InTELEbill demo prior to the drawing.
The ticket giveaway is in conjunction with the rollout of Sandy Beaches Softwares new InTELEbill.net billing and customer care solution. We are very excited about the release of INTELEbill.net and the convenience and flexibility that a hosted application will provide our customers. We want to share this excitement with COMPTEL PLUS attendees. So, were giving away tickets to what is traditionally one of the most exciting sporting events of the year, said SBS President Jeff Lytle. It should prove to be a very memorable event. Sandy Beaches has been providing billing solutions to the competitive telecom industry since 1989, and although we are a tried-and-true billing partner, we still believe we have a product worth getting excited about. We hope those attending the show will stop by our booth, play a round of Pop-a-Shot, and schedule a demo to find out more about how Sandy Beaches can help their companies grow and remain profitable, commented Lytle.
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