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Maruyama Co-Sponsors Dealer Incentive Trip to Costa Rica

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The company recently co-sponsored a dealer incentive trip to the Paradisus Playa Conchal Resort on Costa Rica’s North Pacific Riviera.

| February 4, 2010

DENTON, Texas – Maruyama, manufacturer of sprayers for the pest control industry, recently co-sponsored a dealer incentive trip to the Paradisus Playa Conchal Resort on Costa Rica’s North Pacific Riviera. Tru-Power, a Corona, Calif.-based distributor, organized the event for their Maruyama dealer base located in California-south, Arizona, and Nevada.

According to Jack Ball, sales manager for Tru-Power., “On behalf of the participating dealers we sincerely thank Maruyama for co-sponsoring this incredible trip. During our farewell banquet, many dealers came up to me and asked how many Maruyama products they need to buy to qualify for the next incentive trip. ‘We want to go again,’ they all said.”

The 57 participants were presented with a host of activities at the all-inclusive resort such as horseback riding, golf on the Robert Trent Jones championship course, snorkeling, swimming, sailing, sports fishing, canopy zip line tours, and jungle river cruise.

Maruyama Operations Manager Mark Dyos said, “Outstanding. That’s how best to describe the efforts Tru-Power did to launch and execute this incentive program with their dealers. Everyone truly enjoyed themselves and I was glad to see many dealers networking and discussing best business practices. I received many positive comments on how Maruyama can improve and become more of a force in the outdoor power equipment industry.”

To learn more about Maruyama visit www.maruyama-us.com.

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