Millennium Receives Prestigious Sharp Hyakuman Kai Elite Award for 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MILLENNIUM BUSINESS SYSTEMS OF CINCINNATI HONORED

BY SHARP® FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT

(Cincinnati, OH March 2017) – Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America recognized Millennium Business Systems as a Hyakuman Kai Elite Dealer.  Sharp awards Hyakuman Kai Elite status to exceptional dealers that have achieved $5 million plus in sales during the past year.  Millennium Business Systems is among a select group of dealers recognized by Sharp from the hundreds of dealers that sell Sharp’s advanced business products and solutions in the U.S. This is the second year in a row that Millennium has achieved this distinction. 

“The Hyakuman Kai Elite Award is a distinction given to outstanding Sharp dealers such as Millennium Business Systems,” said Doug Albregts, President, CEO and Chairman, Sharp Electronics Corporation. “This award is not simply a measure of sales performance, but embodies all the qualities we look for in an exemplary dealership, including innovative business practices and long-lasting community relationships through outstanding local customer service. It is truly an honor to recognize Millennium Business Systems for their substantial contributions to Sharp’s success.”

“Our goal is to provide Cincinnati-area businesses with world-class products and support, helping encourage business growth within the community,” said David Bartlow, Millennium Business Systems President.  “We are proud to be a Sharp dealer and look forward to strengthening our customer relationships by supplying the latest technology and comprehensive document solutions.”

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America is a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, the U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s Sharp Corporation. For more information about Sharp business products, visit siica.sharpusa.com.

 

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