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Tenneco Rewards Technicians for Monroe Quick-Strut Sales

Posted on January 11, 2017

Service technicians will earn a $30 gift card for every pair of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement assemblies sold from Jan. 1 through Feb. 28, 2017.

The $30 Visa prepaid gift cards from Tenneco Inc. are part of Monroe's Quick-Strut "Quick $30" promotion.

“Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement assemblies are a time-saving guaranteed ride control solution that can help your shop provide a better service to customers and improve customer satisfaction,” says Andrew DeSmidt, promotions manager for Tenneco. “This promotion provides a great incentive to our trade partners to help ensure that consumers receive a complete repair that helps to restore the vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability.”

Completed scorecards and copies of sales invoices must be postmarked and mailed to Monroe promotion headquarters no later than March 31, 2017. Reward dollars are calculated based on qualifying product sales in January and February 2017. Participants can earn up to $500 in rewards dollars through this promotion.

To learn more about Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies, contact your Monroe supplier or Tenneco sales representative or visit www.monroe.com.

Related Topics: Andrew DeSmidt, Monroe shocks and struts, sales promotion, Tenneco

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