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Monroe Announces Savings On Ride Control Components Through Promotion

The program, available during July, offers a Visa Prepaid Card valued at 20 percent of the cost of a four unit Monroe or Rancho shock or strut purchase, up to $110.

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MONROE, Mich. — Celebrate summer and the freedom to head out on the road with the Monroe Summer “Sale-A-Bration” promotion, where motorists can save on the replacement of worn shock absorbers and struts. The program, available during July, offers a Visa Prepaid Card valued at 20 percent of the cost of a four unit Monroe or Rancho shock or strut purchase, up to $110.

“Summer is the time to spend with family and friends, and we want to make that time even better with the valuable savings on replacement ride control components,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco. “This incentive is a great way to save money while maintaining the performance and reliability of your vehicle.”

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To qualify for the valuable offer, consumers must purchase a combination of four qualifying Monroe or Rancho products to receive a Visa Prepaid Card by mail. The rebate amount will be determined by the total amount spent on any four qualifying Monroe or Rancho units purchased (up to the current suggested list price, excluding installation/labor, taxes and/or shipping charges).

Monroe and Rancho products are offered with a Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day money-back offer to help ensure customer confidence and satisfaction. To learn more about this guarantee, visit Monroe.com.

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To qualify for the program incentive, completed redemption forms and all supporting documentation must be postmarked no later than Aug. 31. Call or visit your nearest participating Monroe or Rancho parts provider to learn more about the Summer Sale-A-Bration offer. Visit Monroe.com for a list of qualifying products.

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