Schrader Performance Sensors, the automotive aftermarket brand of Sensata Technologies, has recognized Enns Tire and Battery in Ontario, Canada, as the winner of its contest for a half-day tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) training session and TPMS starter kit.
Shops entered this contest by completing a short survey with information regarding their daily TPMS operations and the winner was selected based on its current need for training. This giveaway was targeted toward tire shop technicians, service advisors, managers and owners to help their shops prepare for the busy winter tire changeover season ahead.
On August 2, Schrader sent Yanick Leduc, technical training support specialist for Canada, to Enns’ location to lead the training session. With a class of 6 technicians and service professionals, Leduc spent the morning walking this group through the proper procedures of programming, relearning, installing and removing Schrader’s single SKU EZ-sensor, as well as educating the group on the importance of service pack replacement.
He also helped Enns set up a standard operating procedure to ensure they continue using these best practices in the future. Included with this training session, Schrader gifted a complete TPMS Starter Kit that included an EZ-sensor PAD (an EZ-sensor programming tool), with 4 EZ-sensors, all of the hand tools required for servicing TPMS as well as educational materials for their shop and customers.
“This promotion was a great way for us to showcase our post sale resources that Schrader offers,” says Leduc, “This training session was specifically beneficial for Enns Tire and Battery as they can continue to offer their customers exceptional TPMS service with every visit. I look forward to hearing about their success over the next few months.”
Schrader was proud to offer this great opportunity to Canadian tire shops and is looking forward to hearing about Enns success over the winter tire change over season. Schrader invests heavily to offer many TPMS resources for tire shops to educate their staff on
the proper procedures for servicing TPMS. Service professionals can visit Schrader’s website www.SchraderSensors.com or social media pages for additional resources that can be used in their daily TPMS operations.
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