DENSO Launches Starter and Alternator Sales Incentive Program

DENSO Launches Starter and Alternator Sales Incentive Program

DENSO Sales California, Inc. announces the "Fistful of Fives" incentive promotion for repair professionals. DENSO's promotional program offers a free pair of Mechanix work gloves to repair professionals for every five DENSO First Time Fit starters and alternators purchased from an authorized distributor.

DENSO Sales California, Inc. announces the “Fistful of Fives” incentive promotion for repair professionals.

DENSO’s promotional program offers a free pair of Mechanix work gloves to repair professionals for every five DENSO First Time Fit starters and alternators purchased from an authorized distributor. These exclusive gloves sport the DENSO First Time Fit logo, with the same high-quality, durable construction that customers can expect from Mechanix. This promotion runs until June 30, 2006.

DENSO’s First Time Fit premium line of starters and alternators features original equipment fit, form and function, and has the lowest warranty return rate in the industry. In addition to their comprehensive Japanese coverage, DENSO now offers expanded coverage for popular domestic applications. With more than 1,000 part numbers covering 150 million vehicles on the road, DENSO’s offers better than 85 percent sales coverage for all makes and models.

For more information about the “Fistful of Fives” promotion, ask your authorized DENSO First Time Fit distributor, or visit www.densoaftermarket.com.

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