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Anco spring promotion offers consumer rebates

Posted on February 28, 2014

Federal-Mogul Corp. announced that Anco, the official wiper blade of the National Hockey League, is celebrating the upcoming NHL playoffs by offering consumer mail-in rebates of up to $15 per pair of qualifying premium Anco wipers purchased between March 1 and April 30, 2014.

The Anco “The Right Blades Matter” promotion enables consumers to qualify for a $15 mail-in rebate when they purchase a pair of premium all-season Anco Contour beam blades, a $10 mail-in rebate for a qualifying purchase of Anco Profile beam blades or Transform hybrid wipers, or a $5-per-pair mail-in rebate for Anco Winter or AeroVantage wiper blades.

Anco wipers are available through thousands of automotive parts providers and service dealers throughout the U.S. and Canada.

“Choosing the right premium wiper blades -- from a quality-focused, technology-driven brand -- can help dramatically improve your visibility and protect you and your family in difficult driving conditions,” said Anco brand manager Tracy Neil. “We are reinforcing this important message through attractive rebates that further reward consumers for making the right choice on blades for their vehicles.”

For more information visit www.Ancowipers.com.

Related Topics: ANCO, Federal-Mogul Corp., National Hockey League, Tracy Neil, wiper blades

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