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Tenneco Inc. is offering cash rewards to qualifying automotive service professionals in the United States for each pair of Monroe Quick-Strut replacement strut assemblies they install between Jan. 1 and Feb. 29, 2012.

The Monroe Quick-Strut “Quick Cash” scorecard promotion also will reward participating automotive parts counter professionals for every pair of Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies they sell throughout January and February.

Automotive service professionals will receive $40 cash rewards for each pair of Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies installed during the promotion period. There is no limit to the rewards that can be earned during this promotion. In addition, parts counter professionals can earn $5 for every pair of Quick-Strut assemblies sold during the promotion.

“Replacing worn struts is essential to restoring vehicle steering, stopping and stability,” says Sheryl Bomia, Tenneco's North American programs manager, “Our Monroe ‘Quick Cash’ offer rewards the professionals who help ensure that consumers receive complete, high-quality repairs featuring guaranteed strut assemblies that are application-tuned to their vehicles’ ride and handling characteristics.”

Manufactured in Paragould, Ark., Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies feature Tenneco’s application-engineered valving technologies. They also have precisely calibrated coil springs and robust bearing plates, according to the company.

The Quick-Strut line includes the following:

* OESpectrum struts for foreign-nameplate applications;

* Sensa-Trac struts for domestic passenger cars and vans; and

* Monroe Reflex units for domestic light trucks and SUVs.

Every Quick-Strut assembly is backed by the company’s limited lifetime warranty.

For additional information regarding the Monroe “Quick Cash” promotion, contact your Monroe supplier.

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