August 02, 2012 by Rachel Cericola
The idea of putting a TV outside may sound like something for lifestyles of the rich and/or famous. However, SunBriteTV is hoping to entice customers with a little cash back.
The TV manufacturer just kicked off its Endless Summer promotion, which promises cash to those who buy a SunBriteTV HDTV and have it installed by an authorized dealer. From now through September 30, 2012, the company will offer a rebate of up to $250 on all SunBriteTV models.
The company currently has 10 outdoor LCDs available in sizes ranging from 32 to 65 inches Prices start at $1,495 for the Signature Series, but the company’s Marquee Series has 47- and 55-inch models that feature 700 NIT displays that can be installed in direct sunlight.
Whatever model you choose, SunBriteTV HDTVs are designed to withstand the elements, including rain, humidity, salt air, dust, insects, high reflectivity, and temperature extremes.
“A year ago, owning a true outdoor TV may have been out of the reach of a lot of people. However, with our new Signature Series, we have all-weather outdoor TVs starting as low as $1,495,” said Tom Dixon, SunBriteTV’s VP of marketing. “By offering this installation rebate, consumers can get a SunBriteTV professionally installed with a lower out-the-door cost. There has never been a better time to own a true outdoor television.”
For more information on eligible models, terms and conditions, check out the rebate form on SunBriteTV’s website.
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