Sharp’s Dealer Wins Copier Contract Award

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Sharp Announces Contract Award for Reseller within State of CA

Sharp,buildingSharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC) is pleased to announce that technology provider Smile Business Products has won the State of California’s recent copier contract award for mid-range multifunction printers (MFPs).

Under the contract, Smile Business Products will work with state agencies over a three-year period to replace/upgrade equipment with efficient and economical Sharp color and monochrome MFPs. State agencies will also have access to Sharp’s toner cartridge recycling program, where users can order free recycling kits for the recycling of all used Sharp cartridges, bottles, toner collection containers and drum units.


“Smile is extremely pleased to continue our 20-year relationship with the State of California,” said Joe Reeves(pictured left), President and CEO of Smile Business Products. “The recent State Contract award is a testament to Smile, Sharp and Sharp’s dealer community, comprised of certified Small Business and DVBE (Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise). Our partnership with Sharp and our subcontractors is invaluable, and we look forward to continuing to support the State.”

“Through this award California agencies and local government entities utilizing the contract will Doug Albregts, Sharphave access to Sharp’s award winning products with our one of a kind user interface available only on Sharp MFPs,” said Doug Albregts(pictured right), President, CEO and Chairman of Sharp Electronics Corporation. “Sharp has been a provider of MFPs for the State of California for years and I am pleased that Smile Business Products will continue to provide Sharp business products to state agencies, helping the State of California improve operations, meet small business goals and maintain the state’s environmental initiatives.”

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