Monroe Summer Anniversary Promotion Offers Cash-Back Rebate to Consumers

Monroe Summer Anniversary Promotion Offers Cash-Back Rebate to Consumers

Motorists can celebrate Monroe's 90th anniversary this summer through the "Celebrate Our 90th Anniversary with a Free Shock" mail-in rebate promotion sponsored by Monroe shocks and struts. Monroe shocks and struts are manufactured and marketed by Tenneco Inc.

Motorists can celebrate Monroe’s 90th anniversary this summer through the “Celebrate Our 90th Anniversary with a Free Shock” mail-in rebate promotion sponsored by Monroe shocks and struts. Monroe shocks and struts are manufactured and marketed by Tenneco Inc.

From July 1 through July 31, consumers purchasing four qualifying Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac shocks or struts or Gas-Magnum shocks for the same vehicle will earn a mail-in rebate equal to the value of the fourth unit for that vehicle. Rebate will be equal the lowest cost unit on qualifying four-corner sales, excluding tax and installation charges.

“For the past 90 years, consumers have turned to Monroe for ride control products,” said Sheryl Bomia, North American Aftermarket programs manager for Tenneco. “This is more than a promotion for us; we want to celebrate this milestone with those who have come to know and trust the Monroe name.”

Monroe Reflex shocks and struts, Sensa-Trac shocks and struts and Gas-Magnum shocks are all backed by Monroe’s exclusive "Safe & Sound Guarantee," which allows consumers to return their premium shocks and struts within 90 days for a full refund of the product’s purchase price, plus labor (up to $50 per axle).

For more information about the Monroe mail-in rebate promotion and Monroe ride control products, visit www.monroe.com, contact your nearest Monroe supplier or write to: Monroe Shocks and Struts, One International Drive, Monroe, MI 48161. To find the Monroe supplier nearest you, use the "Dealer Locator" tool at www.monroe.com.

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