Leica Geosystems’ Online Store Provides Web Access to Popular Construction Tools

(Norcross, Ga., 01 June, 2007) Leica Geosystems is offering customers another chance to benefit from its online store enhancement with a special June promotion for the Rugby 50 and 55 construction lasers.

Offered until June 30, 2007, customers will receive $100 off Leica Rugby 50 packages and $125 off Leica Rugby 55 packages ordered on its online store. This offer also includes free 2nd day shipping.

According to Reynolds Boyd, Leica Geosystems’ manager of the online store, this June promotion is the latest in a long line of planned product promotions for the online store.

“Traffic to our web based store continues to grow as contractors increasingly use the web for product research and online purchases”, said Boyd. “Leica Geosystems offers customers the option to purchase our products online for those who do not have local representation, and for those looking to expedite the buying process.  Our unique distributor participation program insures online customers will have service and support after the sale”, Boyd continued.

Visit Leica Geosystems’ online store and take advantage of this June promotion at: http://www.buy.leica-geosystems.com

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