Tenneco rewards Rancho brand purchases

Posted on February 11, 2014

The Tenneco Inc. “Spring Promotion” program awards consumers up to a $400 Visa prepaid debit card with the purchase of qualifying Rancho brand suspension system and performance shock absorbers from March 1-June 30, 2014.

To earn a $400 Visa prepaid card, consumers must spend more than $1,500 on a qualifying Rancho suspension system and set of Rancho shocks.

To earn a $300 Visa prepaid card, consumers must spend between $800 and $1,499 on a qualifying Rancho suspension system and set of Rancho shocks.

The Rancho Spring Promotion is available on several Rancho shock series, including Rancho Quicklift Loaded, RS9000XL, RS7000MT and RS5000 shocks.

To qualify for a $120 Visa prepaid card, consumers must purchase two Rancho Quicklift Loaded units and two Rancho RS9000XL shocks.

To earn a $100 Visa prepaid card, consumers must purchase four RS9000XL shocks.

To qualify for a $75 Visa prepaid card, consumers must purchase four Rancho RS7000MT shocks.

To earn a $50 Visa prepaid card, consumers must purchase four Rancho RS5000 shocks.

Tenneco says program forms and qualifying product lists will be available on after March 1, 2014.

All submission forms must be postmarked by Aug.1, 2014.



Related Topics: 2014 Spring Promotion incentive, Rancho Brand Suspension and Shocks, Tenneco Inc.

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