Gabriel Announces 'SHOCK MADNESS' Sales Event

Gabriel Announces ‘SHOCK MADNESS’ Sales Event

With "SHOCK MADNESS," consumers are eligible for a mail-in rebate when they purchase a combination of any four qualifying ReadyMount, Ultra, MaxControl or StrutMount products between March 1 and April 30, 2014.

TROY, Mich. — Gabriel (Ride Control LLC) announces its national “SHOCK MADNESS” Spring sales event offering consumers a mail-in rebate for the price of one product (worth up to $125.00) when they purchase four qualifying Gabriel-branded ride control products. The sales event runs from March 1 to April 30, 2014.
 
With “SHOCK MADNESS,” consumers are eligible for a mail in rebate when they purchase a combination of any four qualifying ReadyMount, Ultra, MaxControl, or StrutMount products between March 1 and April 30, 2014.              
 
“Every day, thousands of motorists ride on shocks and struts that have too much wear to do their job effectively. Gabriel’s ‘SHOCK MADNESS’ makes it easier for consumers to improve their ride and replace all four of their worn shocks and/or struts at once for the price of three new products,” said Michael Lipski, vice president of sales and marketing, Ride Control LLC.”  
 
The quality of a vehicle’s ride control affects more than just the ride of the car. In emergency maneuvers, worn shocks can lengthen braking distances, and affect handling and stability; compromising the safety of the vehicle and its passengers. Shocks and struts also have a direct relationship on the longevity of tires, steering and suspension components.

Gabriel has created “SHOCK MADNESS” sales event kits for participating shops that include a poster and rebate pad. Call 1-800-251-5932 to receive a kit.
 
Details of the sales event, qualifying products, rules and rebate forms are available at www.Gabriel.com.

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