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BCA Announces 2021 Summer Fun Promotion

Warehouse distributor customers earn BCA-branded, premium merchandise with orders of certain BCA products.

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NTN, the parent company of BCA Bearings, has announced the launch of its BCA 2021 Summer Fun promotion. During the promotion, BCA’s warehouse distributor customers earn BCA-branded, premium merchandise with orders of BCA wheel hub assemblies, bearings and seals. 

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“We are excited to unveil our BCA 2021 Summer Fun promotion,” said Georgianne Dickey, senior manager of Product and Marketing Communications. “After the challenges of the past year, we are feeling a sense of optimism for the coming summer, and one thing we could all use is some summer fun!”

The BCA 2021 Summer Fun promotion enables BCA customers to earn tiered packages of BCA-branded merchandise with qualifying orders, which they can then use to conduct their own customer promotions. This allows the BCA merchandise, and the brand recognition that goes with it, to reach every level of the distribution channel, from the counterperson to the technician. 

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The Summer Fun premium items were selected to compliment the fun summer activities that we are all looking forward to so much. Essentials like sunglasses, bottle openers and cold beverage containers are a must have for any outdoor summer fun; a neck gaiter provides protection from the sun and a quick face covering when needed, whereas items like the captain’s chair, big lounger, Bluetooth speaker, and party bucket are perfect for relaxing by the pool, or taking in a ballgame. 

The BCA 2021 Summer Fun promotion runs from April 1, 2021 through June 15, 2021, so keep an eye out for the BCA Summer Fun merchandise coming to summer fun near you. For additional details about the 2021 Summer Fun promotion, please contact a BCA Sales Representative or Customer Relations Advocate. 

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