PENTAX Announces Student Photography Program

by on April 3, 2008

in Deals,Pentax

Pentax has announced a Student Photography Program, which essentially is a rebate program through June 30 for qualified students and teachers.  If you think you might qualify, check out the details in the press release below.  You could get $100 back on a K20D, among other savings on lenses and bodies.

Press Release

GOLDEN, Colo. –(Business Wire)– Apr. 1, 2008 PENTAX Imaging Company has announced a PENTAX Student Photography Program to support budding photographers and photography educators with camera bodies, lenses and flashes at significant savings. Known for producing photography equipment that offers value, quality, ease-of-use, durability, and affordability, PENTAX takes great pride in the commitment to countless users who have learned and taught the art of photography with a PENTAX camera.

The PENTAX Student Photography discounts are offered exclusively to full-time students at accredited institutions (high schools, colleges and universities) as well as full-time photography educators. Students and educators must observe the following conditions to qualify for these significant savings:

  • Purchase the PENTAX equipment from an authorized PENTAX dealer between April 1, 2008 and June 30, 2008
  • Complete a PENTAX Student Program form (available for download at http://www.pentaxslr.com/studentprogram)
  • Students must provide photography class enrollment certification (class schedule or copy of registration) and a copy of a valid student identification.
  • Educators must submit a copy of course curriculum for their photography class and a copy of a valid faculty identification.

Due to the significant discounts offered, all requirements listed must be met and approved by PENTAX Imaging Company and may not be combined with any other offers including consumer promotions and rebates. This program is valid to students and educators in the United States for purchases made in the United States.

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