Service Providers Can Earn All Year With KYB Excel-Gold

Service Providers Can Earn All Year With KYB Excel-Gold

KYB is making it easier for Professional Technicians to earn rewards for purchasing and installing KYB shocks and struts.

he updated KYB Excel-Gold Rewards Program offers Professional Technicians the ability to earn unlimited rewards throughout 2022. Each user will receive a KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard and have access to a dedicated dashboard that will show real-time updates on their claims, payout dates and amounts. Professional Technicians who have received a KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard from previous KYB promotions are already registered and can continue earning by uploading qualified invoices. For a limited time only, new registrants will receive a $10 sign-on bonus when they join the KYB Excel-Gold Rewards program.

Throughout 2022 Professionals will earn funds for purchasing and installing featured KYB products. During the first quarter of 2022 KYB will reward Technicians with $5.00 for every KYB Excel-G Strut, and Strut-Plus Assembly installed. Products featured by KYB and the rewards schedule will be updated quarterly.

The reloadable KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard will be used for all future KYB Service Provider promotions. Professional Technicians and Service Writers can learn more about KYB Excel-Gold, and begin earning rewards at www.kyb.com/earn.

KYB Corporation is a $4.2 billion global hydraulics manufacturer with over 8,100 employees and sells its products in over 100 countries. The company is one of the world’s largest suppliers of shocks and struts to vehicle manufacturers and has a full range of domestic and import shocks and struts for the aftermarket. For more information, log onto www.kyb.com.

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