DynoMax Spring Promotion Gives Up To $100 Visa Prepaid Card To Enthusiasts For The Purchase Of A Performance Exhaust

DynoMax Spring Promotion Gives Up To $100 Visa Prepaid Card To Enthusiasts For The Purchase Of A Performance Exhaust

The Spring Promotion includes a $100 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $500 or more of Dynomax cat-back, axle-back or diesel exhaust system purchase; a $75 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $300-$499; and a $50 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $150-$299.

Dynomax promotionMONROE, Mich. – DynoMax Performance Exhaust will offer performance enthusiasts an extra incentive to save on their DynoMax cat-back, axle-back or diesel exhaust system purchase this spring. Available March 1 through June 30, 2015, the latest DynoMax “Spring Promotion” will reward exhaust system purchases with up to a $100 Visa Prepaid card.*

“As we head back into show and competition season, the ‘Spring Promotion’ gives performance enthusiasts an opportunity to choose from several high-flow, powerful exhaust systems that include DynoMax VT, Ultra Flo Welded, Super Turbo and Race Bullet mufflers,” said Chris Gauss, director, performance products, Tenneco. “There’s no better time to buy a DynoMax exhaust system for your car, truck or Jeep.”

The Spring Promotion includes a $100 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $500 or more; a $75 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $300-499; and a $50 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of $150-299. The consumer must purchase a DynoMax cat-back, axle-back and diesel exhaust system during program dates to qualify for the offer.

For rebate forms and additional information, please visit www.DynoMax.com after March 1, 2015. All rebate forms and copied sales receipts must be postmarked by Aug. 1, 2015.

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