Brother Philippines announces Trade-In Madness for month of March

Trade-in March 2015 banner copy

For those who missed out on Brother Philippines’ trade-in roadshows last February, fear not. The IT peripheral company has kicked off another round of its Trade-In Madness roadshows starting March 7 to April 1, 2015 in 12 malls nationwide.

You can trade-in your old, working and non-working printers, scanners, copiers and fax machines of any brand for selected models of new Brother printers and get up to 50% off.

“We’re giving what our customers have requested us. It’s a one-of-a-kind deal and we are more than happy to oblige to the demand of our customers to replace their units with brand new Brother printers,” said Brother Philippines president Glenn Hocson.

Brothers’ Trade-In Madness features top-of-the-line Brother Multifunction Centers offered for trade-in for as low as P5,592. If you are interested (and you should be) just bring in your old machines, accomplish the Trade-In Acknowledgement Form, and present it to the Brother Authorized Dealer to avail the promo. You can trade in a maximum of three units during the promo period.

The Brother Philippines Trade-In Madness roadshow will be at the following malls, nationwide:

  • SM OLONGAPO, March 7 – 13
  • SM CONSOLACION,March 10 – 16
  • SM DAVAO, March 11- 17
  • SM MANILA, March 12 – 18
  • LEE PLAZA DIPOLOG, March 12 – 18
  • SM MARIKINA (STATIONERY), March 20 – 22
  • SM ILOILO, March 23 – 29
  • PACIFIC MALL LEGAZPI, March 25 – 31
  • VMALL GREENHILLS, March 26 – April 1
  • SM GENERAL SANTOS, March 26 – April 1

For more information on the Brother Philippines Trade-In Madness, see flyers and print ads, visit the Brother Philippines official Facebook page, and follow @BROTHERPhils on Twitter and Instagram. Per DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No. 1586 series of 2015.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

Write A Comment