Monroe Promotion Offers $30 Mail-In Rebate for Replacement Shocks on Popular Trucks, SUVs - aftermarketNews

Monroe Promotion Offers $30 Mail-In Rebate for Replacement Shocks on Popular Trucks, SUVs

"Summer Truck Shock Sale" promotion valid on Monroe, Rancho Shocks this summer.

MONROE, Mich. — Tenneco Inc. is driving sales of its Monroe shocks and struts for light trucks and SUVs this summer by offering consumers a $30 mail-in rebate through the “Summer Truck Shock Sale” promotion, running through June 30.
 
Valid also on Rancho light truck shocks and struts, the “Summer Truck Shock Sale” rewards consumers for purchasing Monroe and Rancho ride control products by awarding up to a $30 mail-in rebate check for qualifying purchase combinations. Monroe and Rancho products are available through leading automotive service providers and parts stores across the U.S.
 
“Owners of light trucks and SUVs will have the perfect opportunity to save on shock and strut replacement this summer through this exciting offer from Monroe and Rancho,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American programs manager, Tenneco. “It’s the perfect time to save on some of the most popular premium ride control products available today!”
 
To qualify for the $30 mail-in rebate check, consumers must purchase two qualifying Monroe or Rancho light truck shocks and two qualifying Monroe or Rancho light truck struts. Consumers who purchase four sets of Monroe or Rancho qualifying light truck shocks will be eligible to receive a $20 mail-in rebate check. Additional details can be found at www.monroe.com from June 1 through June 30, 2012.
 
Monroe and Rancho shocks and struts are covered by Tenneco’s exclusive Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day Trial Offer. Some restrictions apply. For additional offer guarantee details, visit www.monroe.com/SSG.
 
Consumers can scan the QR code on program posters at service locations to receive rebate forms. Consumers also can complete their rebate submissions online during program dates.
 
For additional information about the summer Monroe/Rancho promotion or to learn more about Monroe products, visit www.monroe.com or contact your Monroe shocks representative.

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