Gabriel Introduces Rewards Program For Service Professionals

Gabriel Introduces Rewards Program For Service Professionals

Gabriel-Logo-300x154Gabriel, a manufacturer of automotive shock absorbers, announced its Gabriel Answerman Advantage rewards program for service professionals.

The Gabriel Answerman Advantage program is available to light vehicle shops and technicians in the U.S. and includes POS materials, Gabriel promotions, rewards and business tools.

“Gabriel is very excited to announce the launch of the Answerman Advantage rewards program to service professionals,” says Duncan Greathead, vice president of sales and marketing for Gabriel. “We’re calling it ‘Answerman Advantage’ because the program will include information and answers on the benefits of new shocks and struts, and with each Gabriel sale, the technician has the advantage of earning points toward rewards.”

Included in the program will be a set of Gabriel-branded POP and POS materials for service professionals to use in the front and garage areas of their shops as well as selling tools to help make the sale. Installers will be able to earn points on each sale of Gabriel shocks and redeem these points for rewards.

Gabriel promotions will be part of the program as well as a technical support for service professionals at the toll-free Gabriel Answerman line. In addition, shops will receive a “where to service your car” locator listing on Gabriel’s website.

Greathead added, “This launch is the first phase of our rewards program, we plan to add education and training opportunities as well as additional products and ways for the professional installers to earn even more points in the near future.”

The program is offered at $79 and the membership will be active through December 2016, giving professional installers who join now more than a year to earn points toward rewards. Visit to learn more and join the program.

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