October 1, 2019 — Three dental sales professionals from three dental supply companies are winners in the 2019 mid-year DentaCheques Sales Contest drawing. Sales of books have generated over $25,000 in dental care provided to vulnerable individuals. One hundred percent of revenue from sales of DentaCheques digital coupon packages support free, comprehensive dental care provided through Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) programs to society’s most vulnerable people who have no other access to treatment.
Ginger Harris, Patterson Dental
Butch Vanatta, Henry Schein Dental
Tony Metzler, Dental Health Products, Inc.
Ginger Harris, the grand prize winner said, “Customers love DentaCheques as so many vendors participate and they love the saving opportunities. As a sales person I love the fact that I can help participate with my company for a great give back as well in something I believe in!”
Butch Vanatta of Henry Schein Dental explained, “I support DentaCheques because it benefits the many that are so in need of dental work that they cannot themselves afford. In addition, the dentists know that they are getting back much more than their tax deductible purchase and it is a win-win deal.”
“The reason why I sell DentaCheques every year is there are many people that are in need of some of the most basic dental care and the Dental Lifeline program is a great way to help.” said Tony Metzler of DHPI. “While helping to provide the dental care for those who need it most, [DentaCheques] is also a great value for the dental facilities that take advantage of the product.”
Sales professionals from participating supply companies earned one entry to the drawing per DentaCheques book sold during January 1 to June 30, 2019. Representatives of Benco Dental, Dental Health Products, Inc., Henry Schein Dental, and Patterson Dental sell DentaCheques without compensation.
DentaCheques sales throughout 2019 are projected to raise $100,000 to financially support the delivery of dental care to thousands of vulnerable people through DLN and its Donated Dental Services (DDS) program. Over 16,000 dentists and 3,400 laboratories nationwide volunteer for DDS and donate care to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile.