Bendix Promotion to Benefit Consumers and Repair Shops

Bendix Promotion to Benefit Consumers and Repair Shops

Drivers are keeping their vehicles longer, which translates into more trips to the shop for general routine maintenance. Honeywell's Friction Materials business, maker of Bendix brakes, is launching the "Bounce Back with Bendix" consumer offer for 2011 that eases repair costs while also helping independent repair shops by promoting return visits.

Drivers are keeping their vehicles longer, which translates into more trips to the shop for general routine maintenance. Honeywell’s Friction Materials business, maker of Bendix brakes, is launching the “Bounce Back with Bendix” consumer offer for 2011 that eases repair costs while also helping independent repair shops by promoting return visits.
 
Between April 1 and May 31, 2011, when consumers have qualifying Bendix brake products installed at a participating repair shop they will receive a service coupon worth up to $30 to be used on a future visit to the same service center before December 31, 2011.   

To support the promotion and drive awareness for the “Bounce Back with Bendix” program, the brand is providing its aftermarket customers with counter cards, posters and service offer coupons. Full details and rules on the promotion can be found at www.bendixbrakes.com.     

“Proper vehicle maintenance is extremely important, but can also add up for today’s motorists,” said Jim Kelley, director of sales, North America for Friction Materials LLC. “This new program not only helps consumers with some of those expenses, but in turn, helps our customers grow their business and maintain a loyal customer base.”

Distributors and shop customers interested in learning more should contact their Bendix sales representative or email [email protected].  

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