April 3, 2008 (Fairfield, CT) -- JJ Bender LLC is proud to announce its largest trade-in program ever. The 2008 initiative is part of JJ Bender's commitment to both fair and competitive prices. The company will be accepting both leased and owned equipment under a flexible and customizable plan.
President Jeffrey Bender declares, "We will pay top dollar for your high volume, digital printers and copiers; regardless of meter read."
JJ Bender has been designing and managing national trade-in programs of high volume copiers and printers for over 27 years. The high volume specialists at JJ Bender are able to custom design a deal that is unparalleled in price or service for everyone from Fortune 500 companies to print shops to single machine users.
JJ Bender guides its partners through the trade-in process from start to finish. Support specialists arrange for de-installation and removal of the trade-in equipment to allow clients the space and time to receive their new machines. Lease professionals are also available to assist with lease organizations and any other questions regarding leasing.
In a competitive market, JJ Bender remains one of the only major distributors of previously owned high volume equipment in the country. JJ Bender leverages independence and knowledge gained from countless transactions in order to provide the critical advice that will ensure you the best deal available. As a value-added service, JJ Bender offers seminars to teach clients how to knock out the competition.
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