Tenneco Inc. reports from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, 2017, qualifying two- and four-product Rancho shock and strut purchases will earn buyers up to $80 back in redemptions via a mail-in Visa Prepaid card* in its new Rancho “Shocktober” Promotion.
Mahle Aftermarket Inc. has released its 2017 Mahle Original gasket catalog for Asian, European and domestic applications in North America, and has updates on its "Drive with the Original" promotion.
Bosch Automotive Aftermarket, based in Chicago, is sending 50 pairs of Bosch windshield wipers to its hometown professional football team, the Chicago Bears, for the entire starting lineup to help “Wipe Away the Streak” with which the Bears ended its 2016-2017 regular season.
Darwin Moen has joined Remy Power Products as its new vice president of sales, reports Dave Nichols, president.
The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance has promoted John (JC) Washbish to director of marketing. He will lead the marketing group’s efforts in the development and implementation of all communications, promotions, branding, public relations and event marketing.
Tenneco Inc. reports the Rancho “Summer of Savings” mail-in rebate promotion – an extension of the successful spring promotion – will offer truck and Jeep owners Visa Prepaid cards worth up to $300 until August 31.
Centric Parts has promoted Don Bales to the newly created position of corporate logistics manager. In this position, Bales will report to Centric Parts vice president of operations, Sal Bora, and will be responsible for negotiating, developing, managing and communicating the corporate FCL/LCL logistics requirements as well as LTL and FTL traffic requirements for Centric Parts, Qualis and StopTech.
Gabriel (Ride Control LLC) reports its Shock Madness Sales Event, a consumer rebate program, is taking place now until the end of the month.
Nucap Industries has appointed Parimal Mody to global vice president technology, sales and business development.
Brake Parts Inc (BPI) has promoted Rick Woodside to general manager, hydraulics, reports David Overbeeke, president and CEO of BPI.
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