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Pro Comp launches rebate for Xtreme MT2 tires

Posted on March 20, 2014

Pro Comp USA has announced a three-month mail-in rebate across its range of Xtreme MT2 tires. The promotion rewards consumers up to $100 for purchasing a set of four Xtreme MT2 tires from April 1 through June 30, 2014.

The company says its new 40-inch tire will be available in May so consumers can take advantage of the promotion’s savings.

Pro Comp says it has prepared numerous materials to help distributors and retailers promote the rebate. In-store POP displays with tear off rebate sheets will be shipped for delivery by April 1. Pro Comp has also invested heavily into a print and online marketing campaign targeting the off-road enthusiast publications & websites.

“Pro Comp has experienced significant interest from the off-road community since we launched the new Xtreme MT2 tire,” says Steve Hutchinson, director of Pro Comp Tire.

“Combining the strength of national advertising along with the consumer allure of a rebate on the XMT2, we expect the three-month promotion to drive dramatic sales increases to the benefit of all parties involved.”

Distributors and retailers can download the national marketing schedule, e-banners, flyer, rebate forms and terms & conditions from www.ProCompUSA.com/XMT2rebate (this link is not for public use).

The promotion is valid for customers within the U.S. and Canada only. Consumers can be directed to www.ProCompUSA.com/TireRebate to download the rebate form, and full terms & conditions.

Related Topics: Consumer rebate, Pro Comp, Steve Hutchinson, Xtreme MT2 tires

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