Rancho "Wanted" Promotion Awards Premiums for Qualifying

Rancho “Wanted” Promotion Awards Premiums for Qualifying

Consumers buying qualifying Rancho shocks and suspension systems for their trucks, Jeeps or SUVs, can receive up to a $150 “Reward” comeback certificate during the Rancho "Wanted" promotion this fall.

Consumers buying qualifying Rancho shocks and suspension systems for their trucks, Jeeps or SUVs, can receive up to a $150 “Reward” comeback certificate during the Rancho "Wanted" promotion this fall.

Rancho products are available through leading performance and off-road retailers across North America. Rancho suspensions, shock absorbers and related products are manufactured and marketed by Tenneco Automotive. The Rancho "Wanted" promotion, offered September 1 through October 31, 2005, enables consumers to earn "comeback certificate" for future services simply by purchasing qualifying shocks and suspension systems from Rancho.

Consumers purchasing four Rancho RS5000 or RSX shock absorbers will earn a $25 "Reward" comeback certificate. The purchase of four Rancho RS9000X Pro-Series or RS9000X Shock Absorbers will qualify for a $50 "Reward" comeback certificate. A $150 comeback certificate will be awarded to consumers purchasing a complete qualifying Rancho suspension system.

For additional information regarding the Rancho "Wanted" promotion and Rancho products, contact your local Rancho supplier, visit www.gorancho.com, or write to: Rancho Promotions, One International Drive, Monroe, MI 48161. To locate your nearest Rancho dealer, use the dealer locator feature on www.gorancho.com or call (734) 384-7805.

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