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Tenneco Promotion Offers Consumers Holiday Savings on Ride Control Products

Posted on December 4, 2017

Tenneco Inc. is rewarding customers up to $80 for purchasing select Monroe or Rancho ride control products. The Monroe holiday consumer promotion runs Dec. 1, 2017 through Jan. 31, 2018.

During the promotional period, consumers who purchase a set of two or four qualifying Monroe or Rancho ride control products can earn up to an $80 Visa prepaid card.

“Through the new Monroe Holiday Consumer promotion, we’re getting into the spirit of giving while continuing to educate consumers about the critical role that shocks and struts play when it comes to vehicle stability, handling and control,” says Andrew DeSmidt, promotions manager.

Products that qualify for the holiday promotion include certain Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies; Monroe OESpectrum shocks and struts; Reflex shocks, struts and cartridges; Max-Air shocks; Gas-Magnum shocks; Monroe Load Adjusting shocks; and Rancho RS5000, RS5000X, RS7000MT and RS9000XL series units.

Consumers who purchase a combination of four qualifying shocks or struts or a pair of shocks or struts for a single vehicle will be eligible to receive a Visa prepaid card. For more information on specific products that qualify for the promotion, or to download official promotion forms, visit www.Monroe.com.

The promotion offers up to an $80 Visa Prepaid card for qualifying purchases of four Monroe struts, including Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies. For purchases of two qualifying Monroe or Rancho shocks and two Monroe struts, consumers can earn a $60 Visa Prepaid card. Purchasing two qualifying Monroe struts or four qualifying Monroe or Rancho shocks can net consumers a $30 Visa Prepaid card. Consumers also can earn a $10 Visa Prepaid card for the purchase of two qualifying Monroe or Rancho shocks.

All submission forms must be postmarked and mailed by February 28, 2018. The rebate does not include installation/labor costs and is only valid on qualifying products.

Related Topics: consumer promotions, Monroe, Rancho, Ride control products, Tenneco Inc.

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