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Distributors: Galvan Launches 17th Annual Fall Turkey Promotion For Electrical Grounding Products And Connectors


Harrisburg, N.C. -- Galvan Electrical's 17th Annual Butterball Turkey Promotion begins October 1 and continues through December 15, 2018. The company is offering free Butterball turkeys to distributors placing qualifying orders for grounding products and connectors.

Galvan will mail a gift certificate for a Butterball turkey to each U.S.A. electrical distributor serving the contractor or utility markets that issues a purchase order to a single destination for immediate shipment of Galvan ground rods, acorns, clamps, connectors, lugs and other products in any combination valued at $2,500 or more.

Orders worth $6,000 or more earn three certificates. There are no limits to the number of certificates can receive. Customers need only fax or e-mail their purchase order to their Galvan sales representative and mail a photocopy of the purchase order along with a pre-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Attn: Turkey Promotion
Galvan Industries, Inc.
P.O. Box 369
Harrisburg, NC 28075-0369

Certificates can be sent to a home, office, family or friend - whatever address is printed on the pre-addressed envelope. For more information on the Galvan Turkey promotion, call 704-455-5102; fax: 704-455-5215; email: sales@galvanelectrical.com.

About Galvan

Galvan Industries, Inc. has been a trusted supplier to the electrical, electronic and utility industries for six decades. Galvan electrical products are used in residential, commercial and industrial applications, including construction, cable TV, lightning protection, power transmission and telecommunications. They are available from leading electrical wholesalers and distributors throughout the United States.

For more information, call 704-455-5102, fax 704-455-5215; e-mail sales@galvan-ize.com or visit Galvan on the Web at www.galvanelectrical.com.





 
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