New Monroe Brake Promotions Offer Attractive Incentives for Consumers and Installers

New Monroe Brake Promotions Offer Attractive Incentives for Consumers and Installers

Tenneco Inc. is offering attractive incentives to consumers and automotive service professionals who choose Monroe Ceramics and/or Monroe Dynamics brake pads for brake repairs this spring.

Tenneco Inc. is offering attractive incentives to consumers and automotive service professionals who choose Monroe Ceramics and/or Monroe Dynamics brake pads for brake repairs this spring.

The Monroe “Brake Event REWARDS” consumer promotion will offer $15 mail-in cash rebates to motorists who purchase any set of Monroe brake pads from a participating parts or service provider between April 1 and May 31, 2011. To locate a Monroe Brakes supplier, simply use the convenient “Dealer Locator” feature at www.monroebrakes.com.

Professional technicians can qualify for a $25 cash reward for every 10 sets of Monroe pads installed between April 1 and June 30 through the Monroe “Brake Event REWARDS” trade promotion. There is no limit to the number of $25 cash rewards a participant can earn throughout the program period.

“Repairing a vehicle with world-class replacement brake pads is always a good idea, but especially when there’s an extra financial incentive,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco. “Consumers and technicians can be certain they’ve made the right choice this spring by choosing Monroe Ceramics and Monroe Dynamics brake pads.”

Recipient of the prestigious 2010 Product Differentiation Excellence Award from global research firm Frost & Sullivan, Monroe brake pads are delivered complete with required hardware kits, wire wear sensors and lube for many applications. As “The Total Solution!” in brake pads, Monroe Brakes gives professional technicians the opportunity to complete more high quality repairs each day. Each Monroe Ceramics and Monroe Dynamics brake pad features an application-specific friction formulation based on the original equipment technology, as well as slots and chamfers that either match or improve on the original design. This OE-focused engineering approach helps shops minimize brake service comebacks related to noise, pedal feel, pad life and other potential issues.

For additional information about Monroe Brakes brake pads and other products, and for details on the “Brake Event” consumer rebate offer, visit www.monroebrakes.com or contact your Monroe Brakes supplier. For information regarding the “Brake Event REWARDS” installer promotion, contact your Monroe Brakes supplier.

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