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It was that time of year again. Last week, we held our annual national sales meeting in beautiful Idaho Falls, Idaho. It's a noteworthy event because it's the only time each year we're able to get our entire sales team from all nine of our locations together with our corporate partners.

Folks fly in from all over the country to be here. We learn a lot and we play a lot—all for the purpose of "sharpening our saws" and building stronger relationships.

The theme this year was "Y'all Tough Enough", which gave us an entertaining western style to each of the individual events over the course of four days. It also reminded us that we have what it takes to help our large network of small businesses succeed.

Ben Jenkins

Ben Jenkins

on September 28, 2018

   

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Authorized Dealer Programs

Getting to Know RS&I

It's still time to believe in DISH's technology, especially when it comes to high-definition DVR receivers. As customers consider the number of TVs they have in their home to the amount of storage space they need to record their favorite movies and shows, they can put their trust in all of the technology DISH has to offer.

DISH Authorized Retailers, who run their own business selling DISH products and services in their local communities, can also put their trust in knowing their customers are able to experience the next-generation home entertainment that DISH provides.

But how does a customer know which DVR receiver to put into their home? How do they make the decision to pick the receiver that will match their wants and needs? Let us answer these questions as we break down the differences between the four best DVRs from DISH.

Ben Jenkins

Ben Jenkins

on August 31, 2018

   

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DISH Products and Services

The fifth generation of America's #1 high-speed satellite Internet—known as HughesNet Gen5—provides a variety of options to keep businesses running at full speed. With its latest technology, Hughes has the ability to bring businesses faster speeds, more data and built-in WiFi.

Since a HughesNet satellite dish can be installed in just about any location across the continental United States, even remote or rural businesses can benefit from a secure and reliable Internet source. Every employee stays connected to their email, sales transactions, web surfing, and online files as needed.

Business owners can even choose to have satellite Internet as a backup service in case their primary service fails. They can also boost their WiFi to improve the signal strength throughout their location.

With HughesNet Gen5, they've got all their options and you can be the one to get them started when you become an authorized retailer.

Ben Jenkins

Ben Jenkins

on July 25, 2018

   

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Authorized Dealer Programs

HughesNet Authorized Retailer

Satellite Internet

When it's time to hit the road, it's time to think of TV watching solutions while you're away from home. Whether you're traveling in an RV, camper trailer, semi-truck, tailgating at the big game or just being an outdoor enthusiast of any kind, DISH has the answers to keep you in touch with your favorite shows and live sports events.

And you don't have to be tied to an Internet connection to stay on top of the latest episode or sports game either.

As TV watchers across the great United States consider how to keep a pulse on their favorite programming while on the go, the answer is simple—stay tuned in with DISH.

Ben Jenkins

Ben Jenkins

on May 31, 2018

   

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Authorized Dealer Programs

NuvoH2O has developed a solution to treat hard water without the use of salt and RS&I has teamed up with them to make it a strong business opportunity for our authorized retailers.

Our retailers are already in homes and businesses providing consumers with great options for TV, Internet, home automation and security, Internet phones, and energy solutions. Why not provide an option to sell an effective and safe water softening system?

We think it's a great idea, especially since only 25% of homeowners are treating their hard water. That means 75% of homeowners who live in hard water areas could be benefiting from this independently proven water treatment system.

Ben Jenkins

Ben Jenkins

on April 27, 2018

   

Topics:

Authorized Dealer Opportunity