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NextWorth Solutions launches trade-in program in over 375 retail locations with special promotion supporting the Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving, Inc.
BILLERICA, Mass., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NextWorth Solutions, a leader in consumer electronics trade-in programs, today announces a new trade-in program agreement with the Wireless Zone® system, the largest Verizon Wireless franchise in the country. After a successful pilot program, NextWorth Solutions is managing the trade-in program in over 375 Wireless Zone® stores.
The Wireless Zone® trade-in program allows customers to trade in their used consumer electronic devices and receive a Wireless Zone® gift card which can be used towards a new device, accessories or any other purchase at a Wireless Zone® store. Consumers can conveniently trade in their iPhones, iPads, Smartphones, eReaders/tablets, and iPods through the program.
"We are thrilled to be powering a trade-in program for the largest Verizon Wireless franchise in the United States," said Jeff Trachsel, CMO of NextWorth. "Trade-in is becoming an increasingly important way for retailers and carriers to enable customers to upgrade faster and for less, and we look forward to helping the Wireless Zone® system drive its business forward."
To help launch the program, NextWorth will be donating $2.00 for every trade-in to the Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving, Inc. The Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving® is a collaborative giving program that supports organizations dedicated to improving the communities in which Wireless Zone® stores operate and their owners and employees live. The special promotion will run through the months of July and August.
"NextWorth not only brings expertise in the trade-in business, but also serves as a comprehensive solutions provider for our stores," says Susan Suhr, President & Director of the foundation and Chief Administrative Officer of Automotive Technologies, Inc., parent company of the Wireless Zone® brand.
"Kicking the trade-in program off with a promotion that will raise substantial funds for the Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving® highlights how powerful a tool trade-in can be for Wireless Zone® stores, our customers and our communities."
NextWorth has fundamentally changed the way people buy, own and disown consumer electronics. As the first company to roll out a multi-channel, multi-category national trade-in program, NextWorth has used this expertise to create the best, most efficient trade-in program for all types of businesses. Not only do NextWorth trade-in programs help drive business, they also help limit e-waste by giving a second life to electronics.
For more information please visit www.nextworthsolutions.com.
NextWorth has been defining, running and optimizing trade-in programs for major retailers nationwide since 2006. The NextWorth team has more than 100 years of combined experience in the CE trade-in industry. Its unique combination of expertise, team and platform enables it to provide unparalleled trade-in support and experience to its partners, driving their key business objectives. Through the delivery of turnkey in-store and online trade-in platforms, NextWorth is out to fundamentally change the way people buy, own and disown consumer electronics.
About Wireless Zone
Founded in 1988 as "The Car Phone Store", the Wireless Zone® system has become the nation's largest wireless retail franchisor and was ranked the No. 1 franchise in its category by Entrepreneur magazine. Most stores are independently owned and operated, exclusively offering Verizon Wireless products and services. In 2012, the company grew to more than 450 locations thanks to its recession-friendly and finance-friendly model. The Wireless Zone® system includes approximately 400 retail stores in 28 states and is franchised and operated by Automotive Technologies, Inc. For more information, visit www.wirelesszone.com.
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