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Tenneco launches spring car care promotion

Posted on March 3, 2014

Tenneco Inc. has launched the “Everything Gets Old” promotion which awards a VISA prepaid gift card valued at up to $120 for qualifying purchases from March 1 through April 30, 2014.

The spring car care promotion reminds consumers that replacing worn shock absorbers and struts can help enhance their driving safety.

The “Everything Gets Old. Even Your Shocks” message reminds millions of vehicle owners that ride control components – like other, more visible consumer products – eventually wear out and need to be replaced.

To earn the $120 VISA prepaid card for qualifying purchases, consumers must purchase four Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies for the same vehicle. Consumers also can earn $90, $60 and $30 VISA prepaid cards on purchases of qualifying combinations of Monroe and Rancho ride control products through the “Everything Gets Old” promotion.

The promotion covers qualifying Monroe Sensa-Trac, Reflex, OESpectrum, Gas-Magnum, Max-Air and Load Adjusting shocks, plus Rancho RS5000 shocks.

Monroe premium shocks and struts are offered with a "Safe & Sound Guarantee" 90-day money-back offer. To learn more about this exclusive Tenneco guarantee, visit www.Monroe.com.

For more information about the Monroe “Everything Gets Old” promotion, to learn which products are applicable for the offer or to download the offer form, visit www.Monroe.com after March 1, 2014.

Offer form and other necessary supporting documents must be postmarked by June 2, 2014.

Related Topics: Everything Gets Old promotion, Monroe shocks and struts, Tenneco Inc.

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