Motorists Can Earn 'Repair Rewards' With Purchases of Monroe Shocks and Struts

Motorists Can Earn ‘Repair Rewards’ With Purchases of Monroe Shocks and Struts

The program is part of Monroe's ride control replacement safety education efforts, which encourage motorists to replace their worn shocks and struts.


Tenneco, manufacturer of Monroe shocks and struts, will offer consumers a mail-in cash rebate of up to $80 for qualifying purchases of Monroe and Rancho shocks and struts from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, 2009 during the Monroe “Repair Rewards” promotion.

To qualify for an $80 mail-in rebate, consumers must purchase four Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies. To qualify for a $60 mail-in rebate, consumers must purchase four Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac struts or two Rancho RS9000XL shocks and two Rancho QuickLIFT units. To qualify for a $40 mail-in rebate, consumers must purchase one of the following product combinations:

•    Two Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac shocks and two Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac struts
•    Two Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies
•    Four Rancho RS9000XL shocks
•    Four Rancho RS9000XL Pro Series shocks
•    Two Rancho QuickLIFT units
Consumers who purchase four Monroe Reflex, Sensa-Trac or Gas-Magnum shocks, or four Rancho RS5000 or RSX shocks can qualify for a $20 mail-in rebate.

Motorists must visit participating retailers in the U.S. or Canada and provide a completed redemption form with proof-of-purchase to qualify. Submissions must be postmarked by Nov. 30, 2009.

The “Repair Rewards” promotion complements the Monroe brand’s 50,000-mile/80,000-kilometer ride control replacement campaign, which encourages consumers to replace worn shocks and struts at 50,000 miles/80,000 kilometers. The 50,000-mile/80,000-kilometer ride control replacement recommendation was established by the Motorist Assurance Program, an independent organization committed to strengthening the relationship between vehicle owners and automotive service providers across North America.

For more information about the Monroe “Repair Rewards” mail-in rebate program or for “Repair Rewards” mail-in rebate forms, visit www.Monroe.com, call 1-800-218-1596 (US) or 1-800-565-9919 (Canada), or contact your Monroe automotive service and/or parts provider.

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