Tenneco starts up 'Stop Sooner' promotions

Consumers can save significant money and professional technicians can earn valuable cash rewards this spring by replacing worn shocks and struts with new Monroe units through two new promotions from Tenneco Inc. 

From April 1 through May 31, the Monroe “Stop Sooner” promotion will offer consumers a mail-in cash rebate covering the price of one qualifying Monroe or Rancho shock or strut when they purchase a set of four. This special offer is available on the following product combinations: four Monroe Reflex, Monroe Sensa-Trac or Monroe OESpectrum shocks and/or struts; four Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies; four Monroe Gas-Magnum shocks; or any four Rancho RS5000, RS9000XL or quickLIFT units.  

Tenneco also is offering incentives to Expert Plus program members who sell any combination of qualifying Monroe ride control and Walker and DynoMax exhaust products between April 1 and May 31. Technicians participating in the Expert Plus “Ca$h In” trade promotion can earn cash rewards ranging from $30 to $120 each for cumulative sales of Monroe, Walker and DynoMax products throughout the program period. Available “Ca$h In” installer rewards are: $30 cash reward for 10 qualifying sales; $60 cash reward for 20 qualifying sales; $90 cash reward for 30 qualifying sales; and $120 cash reward for 40 qualifying sales.

"Spring is a great time to replace worn shocks and struts, and we’re giving qualifying consumers a great deal for making this important vehicle maintenance decision,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco. “Technicians can join in the rewards by selling not only new Monroe ride control products, but also Tenneco’s Walker and DynoMax exhaust components. We’re confident these promotions will drive significant bay traffic for our Expert Plus members.”

For more information regarding the consumer “Stop Sooner” promotion, see the company's Web sites at www.monroe.com or www.gorancho.com.

Tags: Monroe  Shocks  struts  Tenneco 
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