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Tenneco launches Monroe consumer promo

Posted on June 2, 2014

Tenneco Inc.’s Monroe Shocks and Struts brand has launched its “driving Safety” promotion, an offer that gives consumers a chance to earn a prepaid card valued at up to $30 for qualifying Monroe and Rancho product purchases June 1-30, 2014.

“There’s no time like the summer to have your shocks and struts checked for wear and earn a prepaid card with any necessary replacement components, especially after such a hard winter,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco.

To earn a $30 prepaid card for qualifying purchases, consumers must purchase four Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies, four qualifying Monroe struts or two qualifying Monroe shocks and two qualifying Monroe struts. To earn a $20 prepaid card, consumers must purchase four qualifying Monroe or Rancho shocks.

The qualifying products include Monroe OESpectrum, Reflex, Sensa-Trac, Gas-Magnum, Max-Air and Quick-Strut replacement assemblies. Rancho RS5000 shocks also are included in this offer.

To learn specific qualifying shock and strut combinations for this promotion, visit the Monroe website at www.Monroe.com.

Related Topics: Monroe shocks and struts, Tenneco Inc., Tenneco Promotions, Undercar Service

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