Monroe 'Real Rewards' Program Is Back, With $30 Visa Rewards For Monroe Sales

Monroe ‘Real Rewards’ Program Is Back, With $30 Visa Rewards For Monroe Sales

The Monroe Real Rewards quick-cash scorecard promotion will be available from July 1 through Aug. 31, 2013, for sales of qualifying pairs of what Tenneco describes as the "first complete, ready-to-install strut replacement solutions."

MONROE, Mich. – Tenneco has announced that the Monroe "Real Rewards" promotion returns this July and August, rewarding technicians with a $30 Visa prepaid card for each pair of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies sold during the promotional period.
 
“This program continues to be an exciting success for our trade partners,” said Sheryl Bomia, North America programs manager, Tenneco. “Consumers get all of the benefits of the premium, original Monroe Quick-Strut assembly that’s designed to help restore each vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability, while our trade partners quickly gain satisfied, repeat customers through the use of these popular, all-in-one strut replacement solutions.”
 
The Monroe Real Rewards quick-cash scorecard promotion will be available from July 1 through Aug. 31, 2013, for sales of qualifying pairs of what Tenneco describes as the "first complete, ready-to-install strut replacement solutions."
 
The company notes that each Monroe Quick-Strut assembly includes a premium strut featuring Tenneco’s exclusive, application-engineered valving technologies; precisely calibrated coil spring; robust bearing plate; and other high-quality parts specified by Tenneco engineers for the vehicle. Each component is selected to help restore the vehicle’s original ride and handling characteristics, according to Tenneco.
 
Every Quick-Strut assembly is backed by the company’s limited lifetime warranty and 90-day Safe & Sound guarantee. Visit Monroe.com for guarantee and warranty details.
 
To learn more about the latest Monroe Quick-Strut applications, Tenneco continually updates the popular Monroe ride control electronic catalog at www.monroe.com. For additional information about the “Real Rewards” promotion, contact your Monroe supplier.
 

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