Akebono Brakes: 'Brake Into The Action'

Akebono Launches ‘Brake Into The Action’ Spring Promotion

The Akebono “Brake into the Action” promotion offers technicians in the U.S., Canada and Latin America $2.50 for each documented kit of Akebono pads installed. In addition, participants in the U.S. and Canada can enter to win one of 10 top prizes, valued up to $10,000 each.

From April 1 to June 30, Akebono Brakes is rewarding professional technicians with incentives each time they install Akebono Pro-ACT, EURO and Performance Ultra-Premium Ceramic Disc Brake Pads. The Akebono “Brake into the Action” promotion offers technicians in the U.S., Canada and Latin America $2.50 for each documented kit of Akebono pads installed. In addition, participants in the U.S. and Canada can enter to win one of 10 top prizes, valued up to $10,000 each.

Technicians can register for the “Brake into the Action” promotion at AkebonoPromo.com. Kits are submitted electronically by entering the unique serial number and part number on each installed Akebono Brake Pad kit. Rewards can be accumulated and there is no limit on earnings.

In addition, participants in the U.S. and Canada will automatically receive one grand-prize raffle entry for every 10 successful online submissions. Five $5,000 prepaid gift cards and five motorsports prizes (valued at $10,000 each) will be raffled at the end of the promotion. Each registrant also will receive a free T-shirt on the first installation.

“We are delighted to be giving back to the technicians and shops that perform high-quality brake installations and choose Akebono Ultra-Premium Brake Pads for their customers’ vehicles,” said Ken Selinger, director of aftermarket sales and marketing, Akebono. “On top of incentives, for the first time we are raffling grand prizes, which we are very excited to award at the end of the promo to 10 hard-working technicians.”

Visit akebonobrakes.com or AkebonoPromo.com for additional details, rules and restrictions.

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