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Tenneco Launches Spanish-Language Website for Monroe Shocks and Struts

Hispanic-American technicians and their customers can now rely on a comprehensive Spanish-language website covering the popular Monroe brand of ride control products. The new site was launched in January to support the information needs of millions of Spanish-speaking professionals and consumers looking for the best shocks and struts for virtually any passenger application.

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Hispanic-American technicians and their customers can now rely on a comprehensive Spanish-language website covering the popular Monroe brand of ride control products. The new site – www.espanol.monroe.com – was launched in January to support the information needs of millions of Spanish-speaking professionals and consumers looking for the best shocks and struts for virtually any passenger application.

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Featuring the same interactive functionality and extensive content as the Monroe brand’s English-language website, www.espanol.monroe.com offers quick access to in-depth product information, application lookups, installation and troubleshooting procedures, answers to frequently asked technical questions, and a direct link to Monroe Technical Service specialists. Consumers accessing the site can easily identify the nearest Monroe dealer and learn about the vital role of shocks and struts in helping to protect their driving safety.

“Monroe is committed to providing industry-best product information and technical support to all customers in all markets,” said Carri Irby, brand manager, North American Aftermarket, Tenneco. “Thousands of Hispanic-American technicians already rely on our products each day; this new Web resource is designed to help them grow their ride control sales through fast, easy, around-the-clock access to the latest product and application details.”

In addition to the English- and Spanish-language sites, Monroe also offers a website for French-speaking aftermarket professionals, at www.francais.monroe.com.

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For more information regarding Monroe shocks, struts and related components, please contact your Monroe supplier, visit www.monroe.com or www.espanol.monroe.com, or write to: Monroe Marketing, Tenneco Inc., One International Drive, Monroe, MI 48161.

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