Tenneco Inc. has kicked off the Monroe Brakes Brake Check Benefits scorecard program that delivers rewards to trade partners who choose Monroe Brakes premium brake products.
“This is an exciting way to launch the fall selling season,” says Sheryl Bomia, Tenneco’s North American programs manager. “It’s a great time to recommend an inspection and the replacement of worn brake pads.”
Available now through Oct. 31, 2013, the Monroe Brakes Brake Check Benefits promotion offers warehouse distributors and jobber salespeople the opportunity to earn up to a $500 Visa prepaid card for the sale of qualifying Monroe Ceramics, Monroe Dynamics and/or Monroe Severe Solution premium brake pads.
The Monroe Brakes Brake Check Benefits program runs simultaneously with the Monroe Brakes “Brake Check” $30 Visa prepaid card offer for consumers.
Featuring the latest original equipment-style friction formulations, premium Monroe Ceramics ceramic-formula and Monroe Dynamics semi-metallic brake pads are packaged complete with hardware, rubberized shims, wire wear sensors, sensory locking plates and installation lube for most applications.
Exclusive to Monroe Brakes, this product approach saves technicians and shop owners valuable time that could otherwise be spent searching for related and required parts needed to complete the repair job.
Monroe Severe Solution brake pads are engineered to help fleets reduce brake maintenance and repair costs through long pad and rotor life. Now available for hundreds of popular severe-duty applications, Monroe Severe Solution brake pads include premium, application-specific friction materials formulated to provide high-temperature stability, fade resistance and significantly long service life.
To be eligible to participate in the promotion, participants must sell a minimum of 25 sets of qualifying Monroe Brakes premium brake products. There is a maximum of $500 redemption per participant. All scorecards must be postmarked no later than Nov. 15, 2013.
To learn more visit www.MonroeBrakes.com.
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