ACDelco Features DuraStop, ACDelco OE Brake Products in Promo

ACDelco Features DuraStop, ACDelco OE Brake Products in Promo

ACDelco is launching a brake promotion from July 1 to Aug. 31 where independent service centers that purchase and install qualifying ACDelco DuraStop and ACDelco OE Service friction pads, shoes and loaded calipers will earn ACDelco Parts Points rewards.

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — ACDelco is launching a brake promotion from July 1 to Aug. 31 where independent service centers that purchase and install qualifying ACDelco DuraStop and ACDelco OE Service friction pads, shoes and loaded calipers will earn ACDelco Parts Points rewards.

The rewards can be redeemed toward the purchase of more than 3,000 products and services (every point earned equates to $1 in purchasing power).

The incentives are:

• ACDelco DuraStop friction pads, shoes and loaded calipers – 5 points per axle

• ACDelco OE Service friction pads and shoes – 5 points per axle

“No manufacturer tests or audits its replacement brake products to the level that ACDelco does,” said Nancy McLean, director, ACDelco and Wholesale Marketing. “Independent service centers can install ACDelco brake products on their customers’ vehicles knowing that they are the most independently tested brakes in the aftermarket. The Parts Points Rebate Program recognizes installers for taking care of their customers with quality ACDelco products.”

ACDelco provides brake coverage – including brake pads, shoes, calipers, drums and rotors – for 95 percent of the light duty vehicles in the U.S.

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