Syngenta said it has revamped its PestPartners 365 Program for the 2016-17 growing season to help pest management professionals (PMPs) plan when they will buy products.
The program, which offers PMPs savings on the entire Syngenta pest management product portfolio all year long rather than just limiting rebates to seasonal or monthly deals, began Oct. 1 and ends on Sept. 30, 2017.
Each product in the Syngenta portfolio will have a base rebate dollar amount, and in order to qualify, PMPs must earn at least $200 in base rebates between now and March 31, 2017. The program is open to PMPs who purchase any product in Syngenta’s pest management product portfolio and will allow participants to receive rebates throughout the year.
Also new this year is an early order bonus offer for PMPs who earn a base rebate of at least $500 between now and Dec. 7. These PMPs will earn a one-time rebate paid at the end of February, 2017.
“By offering this extra opportunity for savings, Syngenta is allowing PMPs to save even more when they purchase early,” Steve Dorer, market manager for PPM at Syngenta, North America, said. “The qualifying period for the program continues through March, but for companies that can make fourth quarter purchases, this represents an additional savings opportunity.”
Syngenta is also introducing SummerPay where PMPs who qualify will receive extended payment terms through July 6, 2017 on select products including new master shippers on Advion ant gel bait, Advion cockroach gel bait and Altriset termiticide.
“Maintaining a business and overseeing day-to-day operations gives PMPs plenty to deal with,” Pat Willenbrock, head of marketing for Professional Pest Management (PPM) for Syngenta in North America, said. “By re-aligning our qualifying period and program year, we’re providing flexibility for PMPs to purchase products when it’s most convenient for them, whether that be at the beginning or the end of the year.”
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