Regency Office Products Teams With HP on Customer Loyalty Program

Raleigh, North Carolina (PressExposure) September 16, 2008 -- Regency Office Products (, one of the nation’s fastest growing, independently-owned office products companies, announces today the launch of a customer loyalty program with HP. Under the HP PurchasEdge program, customers can earn points for free products based on customary supply purchases.

“This is a great opportunity to reward our clients for their commitment to us and loyalty to HP,” says Eric Beguelin, president and founder of Regency Office Products. “Customers will earn credit toward HP products based on normal purchases their business is making.”

Customers can sign up for the HP PurchasEdge program at []. Customers receive 150 points for enrolling, and earn one point for every $4 spent on qualifying HP supplies. There are more than 300 HP products in the program for which to redeem points, including printers, scanners and PDAs. Rewards start as low as 200 points.

In addition, with the purchase of four Original HP LaserJet print cartridges, HP PurchasEdge members will receive $60 worth of Godiva Chocolate gift cards. This special offer is available until September 30, 2008, and information is available at [].

To learn more or to sign up for the PurchaseEdge program, visit [].

About Regency Office Products: Founded in 2002, Regency Office Products is one of the fastest growing, independent office supply companies in the United States. The entire staff of Regency is committed to providing a Total Office Solution, including general office supplies; ink and toner; technology; cleaning and break room supplies; furniture design, layout and installation; printing and promotional products; recycling; shredding and more. Regency has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Nashville, Raleigh and Saint Louis. For more information, visit or call (888) 973-4362.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 15, 2008 at 9:27 am
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