TechSmart Launches Mystery Shopper Promotion

TechSmart Launches Mystery Shopper Promotion

Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has kicked-off the TechSmart Mystery Shopper promotion, running now through the end of August. TechSmart Mystery Shoppers will visit TechSmart distributors across the country and anonymously ask counter people to recommend a part based on one of several scenarios. If the counterperson recommends TechSmart, they win a $25 gift card.

Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has kicked-off the TechSmart Mystery Shopper promotion, running now through the end of August. TechSmart Mystery Shoppers will visit TechSmart distributors across the country and anonymously ask counter people to recommend a part based on one of several scenarios. If the counterperson recommends TechSmart, they win a $25 gift card.

“TechSmart is fast becoming recognized for its innovation, engineering expertise and superior product quality,” said Phil Hutchens, vice president, engine management marketing. “This promotion is one way to raise awareness of TechSmart at the counter and to reward our many supporters.”

In addition to the in-store Mystery Shopper visits, this promotion will be supported by digital advertising in national e-publications, extensive social media interaction and Mystery Shopper backroom posters.

Customers can go to TechSmartParts.com, like TechSmart on Facebook or follow on Twitter @TechSmartParts to find out when the TechSmart Mystery Shopper will be in their area. More details are available at TechSmartParts.com/MysteryShopper.

 

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