Tenneco Inc. announced it is offering the Monroe Brakes “Brake Event BENEFITS” promotion that awards trade professionals with up to a $500 prepaid card for the sale of qualifying Monroe Brakes products.
From Aug. 1-Sept. 30, 2014, the Monroe Brakes promotion will offer rewards for the sales of qualifying Monroe ProSolution, Monroe Total Solution and Monroe Severe Solution brake pad sets.
The Monroe Brakes “Brake Event BENEFITS” promotion will offer a $2 spiff for the sale of qualifying Monroe Brakes Total Solution and Severe Solution brake pad sets and a $1 spiff for each qualifying sale of Monroe Brakes ProSolution brake pad sets.
Tenneco says the Monroe Brakes brand offers Monroe Total Solution, Monroe ProSolution and Monroe Severe Solution brake products, an advanced portfolio of braking solutions designed to help distributors, jobbers and service providers increase their shares of the brake repair markets. The Monroe Brakes brand includes an exclusive approach -- packaging brake pads with hardware, rubberized shims, wire wear sensors, sensory locking plates and installation lube for most applications -- so no time is spent searching for related parts needed to complete the job.
Completed scorecards and copies of sales invoices for the Monroe Brakes “Brake Event BENEFITS” must be postmarked and mailed to Monroe Brakes promotional headquarters no later than Oct. 15, 2014.
Total award dollars are calculated from total program sales and delivered on one prepaid card at the end of the “Brake Event BENEFITS” program. A minimum of 25 brake pad sets must be sold to qualify. There is a maximum $500 redemption per participant.
To obtain program materials and a “Brake Events BENEFITS” scorecard or for additional information about the promotion, please contact your Monroe Brakes representative and/or parts provider.
Monroe Brakes products are backed by Tenneco’s exclusive Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day consumer cash back offer. Details about this program are available at www.MonroeBrakes.com.
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.