CanonUK Announces Canon EOS 400D Experience Seminars

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The promotion will run both in-store and online from 1st October 2006 through until 31st January 2007.

Experience Seminars, the leading training organisation in EOS photography, has developed a new course to complement Canon’s latest consumer Digital SLR product which is already proving to be a worthy successor to the EOS 350D. Mark Robinson, Trade Marketing Manager for Canon is confident of continued success between the two organisations, “This promotion, which through its aspirational nature, will encourage consumers to take their photography to the next level, and with the EOS 400D they already have the camera to do this. Through the added expertise that Experience Seminars has to offer, I have no doubt that consumers soon be producing images that before they could only have dreamed about.”

How the Offer Works

Supported in-store with a variety of PoS items, the consumer will be encouraged to pick up a promotional leaflet detailing all relevant information, giving the consumer several avenues in order to contact Experience Seminars. From here the process is made easy through Experience Seminars history within this field, with full booking and payment information being sent out to the consumer well in advance of their chosen seminar date.


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