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KYB’s 'Truck Months' Promotion Rewards Installers and Consumers

Posted on October 31, 2019

KYB Americas Corp.’s Truck Months promotion rewards both service providers and consumers who install KYB shocks, struts or assemblies on trucks and sport utility vehicles.

KYB says Truck Months encourages consumers to replace shocks and struts on their truck or SUV in time for winter. The Truck Months promotion is open to consumers and service providers in the US and Canada. The program runs Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, 2019.

Consumers will earn a $25 MasterCard prepaid card when they purchase any set of four KYB products for trucks of SUVs. For additional information, visit www.kyb.com/save.

Truck Months rewards service provides with $25 on every set of KYB truck shocks installed during the promotion. Service Providers can earn up to $450 by helping consumers better maintain their vehicles and submitting their tracking sheets and invoices at the end of the promotion. Additional details for service providers can be found at www.kyb.com/truckmonths.

Related Topics: consumer rebates, KYB Americas Corp., undercar parts

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