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Fall Promotion Rewards Consumers For Walker Direct-Fit Catalytic Converter Purchases

Walker ‘Ultra Rewards!’ incentive awards $40 Visa prepaid card to consumers during fall automotive repair season.

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MONROE, Mich. – Consumers can receive a $40 Visa prepaid card for a Walker direct-fit catalytic converter purchased between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2013, through Tenneco’s Walker “Ultra Rewards!” promotion.

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Available at participating automotive service locations nationwide, the Walker “Ultra Rewards!” incentive offers a $40 Visa prepaid card to consumers who purchase a qualifying Walker direct-fit catalytic converter or Walker CalCat direct-fit catalytic converter.

“Through the ‘Ultra Rewards!’ promotion, consumers can get a significant savings on Walker direct-fit converters,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco. “Walker products include the latest in emissions control technology and are available for a full range of late-model vehicles.”

Engineered to meet CARB requirements, Walker CalCat converters are available for sale in all 50 states and Canada. Tenneco backs qualifying Walker products with an exclusive Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day consumer cash-back offer. For specific details about the guarantee, visit www.WalkerExhaust.com.

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For specific qualifying Walker products, go to www.WalkerExhaust.com after Sept. 1, 2013. To obtain necessary Walker Ultra Rewards! promotion forms, please visit the Walker Web site after Sept. 1, 2013. All submission forms must be postmarked by Dec. 2, 2013 to qualify.

To learn more about Walker emissions control products and the latest Walker components for today’s vehicles, please contact your Walker supplier or use the brand’s comprehensive, user-friendly electronic catalog at www.walkerexhaust.com. To locate a Walker authorized reseller, visit www.WalkerExhaust.com and search using the “Dealer Locator.”

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