7BTV achieves DISH ‘Premier Local Retailer’ status

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

DISH recently designated Sandpoint’s 7BTV  as a “premier local retailer,” the company’s highest honor for businesses that demonstrate excellence in performance and customer experience.

The crew at 7BTV (L to R): Steve Nelson, Adam Bates and owner Lenny Hess. Photo by Ben Olson.

Following a highly selective process, 7BTV joins the top five percent of authorized DISH retailers in the Premier program. As a result, customers in Sandpoint have a front-row seat to experience the latest products, announcements and offers available from DISH.

“7BTV is truly tuned in to the needs and preferences of customers in Sandpoint and we are proud to have them join our Premier program,” said Amir Ahmed, DISH senior vice president for Indirect Sales. “Premier Local Retailers are a crucial part of our business, serving as trusted partners who help us better serve our customers, together.”

“Our goal is to provide our customers with the best entertainment and home technology experience at the greatest value,” said 7BTV owner Lenny Hess. “We could not have reached Premier Local Retailer status without the support and loyalty of our customers, and your voice will continue to be the most important as we partner with DISH to deliver the best experience possible.”

To learn more about 7BTV or to demo the latest offerings from DISH and Sling TV, visit 7BTV.com or 105 S. 3rd Ave., Sandpoint 208-263-7BTV(7288).

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