Retail

MAHLE Artic PRO RHS 980 sales support troops

Posted on June 2, 2014
From now until July 4, 2014, MAHLE will donate $50 to OSOT America for each new Arctic PRO RHS 980 Series-Americana edition sold.

From now until July 4, 2014, MAHLE will donate $50 to OSOT America for each new Arctic PRO RHS 980 Series-Americana edition sold.

MAHLE Aftermarket, Service Solutions is offering its Arctic PRO RHS 980 Series-Americana limited edition refrigerant handling system featuring ”Old Glory” displayed prominently on the front. For a limited time, MAHLE Service Solutions Division will make a $50 donation to Operation Support our Troops – America (OSOT America) for each commemorative unit sold.

The mission of OSOT America is to support the morale and wellbeing of American forces by providing comfort, resources and education to troops and their families both while they are deployed and after their return.

“Through this special effort, we are pleased to support a charity that generously gives back to our troops who sacrifice so much for our freedom,” says Max Dull, general manager, MAHLE Aftermarket, Service Solutions. “When service technicians purchase this machine they can have confidence in a unit with better performance and functionality than competitive models. Plus, they have a stylish, patriotic unit to display in their shop that supports an honorable cause.”

The Arctic PRO RHS 980 Series-Americana edition is designed for use on R134a vehicles and is compliant with the SAE J2788 standard. The unit features fully automatic operation to provide shops with optimum system performance, quick service times, less wasted refrigerant and increased customer satisfaction.

This limited time offer ends on July 4, 2014.

To download a copy of the flyer about the Arctic PRO RHS 980 Series-Americana edition and this limited time offer, visit http://www.rtitech.com/pdfs/RHS980AmericanaPromo.pdf.

For more information about OSOT America, visit www.osotamerica.org.

Related Topics: MAHLE Aftermarket, R-134a Refrigerant, Refrigerant, Service Solutions

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
News

Brett Ponton Will Take Over at Monro

John Van Heel is leaving Monro Muffler Brake Inc. after 15 years with the company, the last five as its CEO. He will be replaced by Brett Ponton, whose career includes time at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., where he rose through the ranks and eventually served as president of marketing for the North American tire division and managed more than 800 retail locations.  

News

Simple Tire Adds Another Delivery Option for Online Tire Buyers

Simple Tire LLC has added a third delivery option for customers of its online sales platform. They can ship their tires to any of the 1,800 FedEx Office locations in the U.S. But Simple Tire’s real goal is to redirect those customers to one of its installation partners.  

News

Pep Boys Expands in New York and New Jersey

Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Icahn Automotive Group LLC, has acquired an automotive and tire center in New York, and opened a new Pep Boys Service & Tire Center in Bordentown, N.J.  

The tall ceilings of Jeff Hall's Gardiners Road store give it a modern look and feel.
News

The Secret to Success for Midas in Canada: Tires

The owner of the two busiest Midas locations in Canada says offering an extensive tire inventory and more than a dozen tire brands has transformed his business. Consider Jeff Hall’s success a sign of what’s to come at Midas stores across North America.  

News

Six Hankook Tire Dealers Will Host Events for Veterans

Six tire dealers will help Hankook Tire America Corp. continue its partnership with the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization. Those dealers will host the group's Mobile Service Offices (MSO) at their stores so the DAV can reach out to veterans in those communities.  

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from MTD delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the tire industry and don't miss a thing!