Dayco Offers Training Through its Technician Support Program

Dayco Offers Training Through its Technician Support Program

As a member of the Dayco Technicians Support Program, you and your business can quickly benefit from the valuable rewards offered by simply collecting and redeeming the "proof of service" portion from each Dayco belt, hose, tensioner and pulley you install.

As a member of the Dayco Technicians Support Program, you and your business can quickly benefit from the valuable rewards offered by simply collecting and redeeming the “proof of service” portion from each Dayco belt, hose, tensioner and pulley you install. There are no sign-up fees, no time consuming paper work to fill out. We even keep track of your redemption account and send you quarterly statements so you will always know exactly how many redemption credits you have accumulated.

“LEARN-TO-EARN” TRAINING
During the business day or after business hours; utilize the study guides, instructional video/CD ROM discs and tapes to hone your understanding of drive and cooling system belts, hose, tensioners and pulleys.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT
With TSP membership you’ll have immediate access to TechLine phone assistance, diagnostic repair manuals and the cataloging data that is so critical in keeping you informed and knowledgeable about today’s automotive systems.

SALES & BUSINESS SUPPORT
A successful business depends upon you being a better marketer and businessperson than your competition. Sales support materials can be used to increase your customers’ awareness that the combination of your technical skills and Dayco products ensure long lasting professional workmanship and dependability. Various computer business software programs will aid in the management of your business activities while saving you valuable time.

WEARABLES
At work or at play, promote your business by displaying the Dayco logo and/or your company name. All clothing items available through Dayco’s Technician Support Program are stylish and quality manufactured by established name brand companies for long lasting wear.

GIFT CARDS & CERTIFICATES
Redeem your points for brand name Gift Cards and Gift Certificates and Dayco’s Technician Support Program will give you immediate access to a wide variety of electronics, sporting goods, tools, photographic equipment, household items and unique objects that will provide the perfect way to reward yourself, family, friends or employees.

For additional information on Dayco’s Technician Support Program, visit www.daycotsp.com.

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