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Tenneco launches 'Trust the Pros' promotion

Posted on April 1, 2014

Consumers can receive prepaid cards valued at up to $30 on brake replacements completed between April 1 and May 31 through Tenneco Inc.’s Monroe Brakes “Trust the Pros” promotion.

The Trust the Pros promotion offers a $30 prepaid card to consumers who have two sets (front and rear) of qualifying Monroe Brakes Total Solution brake pads installed at a participating professional repair shop. To earn a $15 prepaid card, consumers must have one set (front or rear) of qualifying brake pads installed at a participating professional repair shop.

Monroe Total Solution ultra-premium ceramic and semi-metallic friction formulations are available for more than two million popular late-model passenger vehicles and are engineered for quality stopping power and pedal feel, reduced dust and long life. 

Additional promotion details – including a complete list of qualifying products and downloadable promotion rebate forms – will be available at www.MonroeBrakes.com after April 1, 2014. To qualify for the rewards, all submission forms and supporting documentation must be postmarked no later than July 2, 2014.

Details about this program are available at www.MonroeBrakes.com.

Related Topics: brake pads, Brakes, Monroe, Monroe Brakes, promotions, Tenneco Inc.

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