Tenneco Inc.’s Monroe brand is offering an incentive to counter people for the sale of ready-to-install Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement assemblies.
The Monroe “Quick Rewards” scorecard promotion – available for sales between April 1 and May 31, 2014 – rewards participants with a $10 prepaid card for each pair of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut units sold.
“The ‘Quick Rewards’ incentive and our Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are popular: Consumers get a guaranteed, premium replacement strut solution, installers get an easier, faster replacement job and counter people get an extra incentive,” says Sheryl Bomia, Tenneco’s North American programs manager.
Monroe Quick-Strut units include all of the OE-style components required for a comprehensive strut repair. Each Quick-Strut unit features a pre-assembled, OE-style bearing plate; upper and lower spring isolators; upper spring seat; coil spring; boot kit; and a premium strut that was engineered to address the vehicle’s unique ride and handling characteristics.
Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies reduce installation time by eliminating the need to disassemble components and compress the coil spring and helps to eliminate ride control comebacks commonly caused by failure to replace associated worn suspension parts.
To help ensure customer confidence and satisfaction, Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies are offered with a Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day money-back offer.
To learn more. visit www.Monroe.com or contact your Monroe Shocks sales representative and/or parts provider.
Completed scorecards and copies of sales invoices must be postmarked and mailed to Monroe Shocks promotion headquarters no later than July 2, 2014. Reward dollars are calculated based on qualifying product sales between April 1 and May 31, 2014. Participants can earn up to $500 in rewards dollars through this promotion
Bob Ulrich was named Modern Tire Dealer editor in August 2000. He joined the magazine in 1985 as assistant editor, and has been responsible for gathering statistical information for MTD's "Facts Issue" since 1993.