Monroe 'Real Rewards' Promotion Available For Sales Of Monroe Quick-Strut Assemblies

Monroe ‘Real Rewards’ Promotion Available For Sales Of Monroe Quick-Strut Assemblies

Tenneco has announced a new trade incentive on its popular Monroe Quick-Strut replacement products. Available now through the end of February, the Monroe "Real Rewards" promotion is valid on any sale or installation of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut assembly pairs during the program period.

Tenneco has announced a new trade incentive on its popular Monroe Quick-Strut replacement products. Available now through the end of February, the Monroe “Real Rewards” promotion is valid on any sale or installation of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut assembly pairs during the program period.

The Real Rewards scorecard program rewards installers for selling pairs of the premium, ready-to-install strut replacement solution.

“This promotion gives our trade partners an extra incentive to sell the Monroe Quick-Strut assembly, a premium, time-saving ride control solution,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco.

Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies – the premium, guaranteed assemblies that helped revolutionize strut replacement – feature an application-engineered strut that is pre-assembled with a precisely calibrated coil spring, bearing plate and other high-quality parts designed specifically for each vehicle. The assemblies enable technicians to reduce the time needed for a complete strut replacement by up to 50 percent. Each Quick-Strut assembly is backed by the company’s limited lifetime warranty.

As an additional service to distributors and service providers, Tenneco continually updates its popular ride control electronic catalog, including the latest Monroe Quick-Strut assembly coverage, at www.monroe.com. Customers who cannot find a Monroe or Rancho part in a print catalog should check the www.monroe.com catalog for the latest coverage information.

For additional information about the “Real Rewards” promotion, contact your Monroe supplier. To learn more about premium Monroe ride control products, contact your Monroe supplier, call (734) 384-7809 or visit www.monroe.com.

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