Another way to see that, is that commited to + ING
is to talk about a usual state/action.
Whereas "commited to + infinitive
would be an ongoing (still to come/to happens) state/action.
We're committed TO SELLING high-quality products which we hope you'll enjoy using.
Well, it´s not in books/dictionaries etc, but makes indeed a lot of sense !
I am just 99.00 percent sure of it, though, not a hundred yet. Anyway, not being much grammatical it still rather likely and
Pratical.http://www.quora.com/English-Grammar/Wh ... -providing
We're committed TO SELL high-quality products which we hope you'll enjoy using.
(the ongoing [action that will happen once, "when you get here". A specific/single occurence in the near future.)
At Flooring Warehouse we are commited to sell you high quality modern floor that will compliment your home.
Further reading, to other view on the matter:http://www.englishteachermelanie.com/gr ... -after-to/