'Witch Shock' Do You Want? Tenneco Offering Scary Rewards for Fall Selling Season

‘Witch Shock’ Do You Want? Tenneco Offering Scary Rewards for Fall Selling Season

The Monroe "Witch Shock" promotion - offering consumers up to $60 in future automotive services when they protect their driving safety by replacing worn shocks and struts - will work its spell throughout the U.S. and Canada from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, 2006.

The Monroe “Witch Shock” promotion – offering consumers up to $60 in future automotive services when they protect their driving safety by replacing worn shocks and struts – will work its spell throughout the U.S. and Canada from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, 2006.

The fall program, building on the legacy of Monroe’s popular “Shocktober” and “Count Shockula” promotions, enables consumers to receive dollars off future automotive services when they purchase qualifying Monroe shocks and/or struts or Rancho performance shocks through a participating business location.

“Monroe’s fall promotions continue to set the standard for value and creativity within the automotive service category,” said Sheryl Bomia, program manager, Tenneco. “Replacing worn ride control components helps preserve a vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability characteristics; we’re offering valuable rewards for completing this vital repair before the winter driving season.”

Consumers purchasing four premium Monroe Sensa-Trac, Reflex or Gas-Magnum shock absorbers or Rancho RS5000 or RSX performance shocks will qualify for a $20 certificate. Through the purchase of two Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac shocks or struts, Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies or four Rancho RS9000X Pro Series or RS9000X shocks, consumers will receive a $40 certificate. To receive a $60 certificate, consumers simply must purchase four Monroe Reflex or Sensa-Trac struts. Purchases must be made at participating dealers during the promotion period. Certificates are good for future automotive services at the same location within 90 days. Restrictions apply. Visit Monroe.com or your participating Monroe dealer for details.

Monroe Reflex shocks and struts, Sensa-Trac shocks and struts and Gas-Magnum shocks are backed by Monroe’s exclusive “Safe & Sound Guarantee,” which allows consumers to try qualifying Monroe products and return the products within 90 days for a full refund of the product’s purchase price if they are not satisfied. (Plus labor expenses of up to $50 per axle. See www.monroe.com for guarantee details.)

For more information on the Monroe “Witch Shock” promotion and Monroe ride control products, please visit www.monroe.com, contact your Monroe supplier or write to: Monroe Marketing, One International Drive, Monroe MI 48161. For more information about Rancho shock absorbers and suspensions, please visit www.gorancho.com.

For a mail-in promotion form, please check www.monroe.com. Mail completed forms and required proofs-of-purchase (dated sales receipts) to: “Witch Shock” Redemption Promotion, P.O. Box 9139, Farmington, MI 48333. For questions about this promotion, please call (800) 572-8495.

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