January 25, 2011 by staff
SATELLITE TV, Prime Home Entertainment, the portfolio of leading independent home and garden shows and a division of USA Expositions, LLC, announced today that DISH Network LLC, a subsidiary of DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ: DISH) has signed as national sponsor of its 2011 National Home & Garden Show ™ Series. DISH Network, an industry leader in TV programming and HD technology, as well as many local independent retailers with satellite TV at every show, increasing its visibility at national and local levels through its participation in all home 30 shows the garden and nationally.
The National Home & Garden Show Series ™ presents a collection of high quality of independent production house and garden shows across the U.S., attracting 1.5 million participants each year. Typically, more than half of these consumers decide to buy at a show.
“Our participation in this year’s National Home & Garden Show Series ™ allows us to clearly demonstrate to consumers the nature of products and services unmatched DISH Network can offer, including television everywhere only real experience,” said Amir Ahmed, Vice Senior president of sales for DISH Network. “The owners and potential buyers are not only looking for high quality into the TV experience at home at the best price but also innovative ways to expand their viewing experience beyond the living room – and DISH Network can offer both. ”
“Major brands see significant return on investment through the Premier Home Entertainment” partnership opportunities, “said Adam Roggenburk, vice president of Premier Home Entertainment.” HomeShow our participants are committed and highly qualified consumers. We are excited to offer DISH Network a substantial return on investment. ”
In addition to the results driven from the regional shows, the Premier Home Entertainment offers marketing opportunities that go beyond the show floor as his www.premierhomeshows.com site. Launching this month, the site is a channel full year-round consumer engagement that provides a platform for its integrated marketing sponsorship through digital and traditional experience. The website features include a component of geo-location, giving visitors the opportunity to search for information on upcoming shows in their region, which makes the experience more relevant. Sponsors are also tools to successfully complete a specific number of sales generated by the partnership.
Home About Premier Entertainment
Prime Home Entertainment, a division of Cleveland-based Exhibits USA, is the first collection of independent production house and garden shows in the country with highly integrated chains that engage the consumer throughout the year. In 2010, 1.5 million consumers highly skilled attended an event Prime Home Show, more than half of what made a purchase at the show. Sponsors and partners include the latest brands such as GMC, Home Depot and Better Homes & Gardens. American Family Insurance will continue its sponsorship of home shows thirteen. Visit the new www.premierhomeshows.com for more information.
About DISH Network
DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ: DISH), through its subsidiary DISH Network LLC, provides more than 14.2 million satellite TV customers as of September 30, 2010, with the highest quality programming and technology at the best price including HD for life. Subscribers receive customer satisfaction leading the largest high-definition line-up with over 200 national HD channels, most international routes, and award-winning HD and DVR technology. DISH Network Corporation is a Fortune 200 company. Visit www.dish.com. With Dish Network TV Everywhere ™ offers, subscribers receive the opportunity to watch all of their television programs live and recorded on compatible smartphones, tablets and laptops. DISH Network subscribers can access these features when they download and use a flat remote access application in conjunction with their broadband connection, Sling ® satellite TV receiver is activated.
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