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Monroe 'Quick Rewards' offers incentives

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MONROE, Mich. (April 14, 2014) — Tenneco Inc.’s Monroe struts and shocks brand is offering incentives in the form of prepaid cards to salespeople through its “Quick Rewards” scorecard promotion, running now through May 31.

As part of the program, salespeople will earn a $10 prepaid card for each pair of qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement assemblies sold during the promotion. Reward dollars are calculated based on qualifying product sales, and participants can earn up to $500 in rewards total.

Completed scorecards and copies of sales invoices must be postmarked and mailed to Monroe Shocks promotion headquarters by July 2.

“The Quick Rewards incentive and our Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are popular: consumers get a guaranteed, premium replacement strut solution, installers get an easier, faster replacement job and counterpeople get an extra incentive,” said Sheryl Bomia, Tenneco’s North American programs manager.

Tenneco said those interested in learning more about the promotion should contact their Monroe Shocks sales representative and/or parts provider.

Monroe Quick-Strut units include all of the OE-style components required for a complete strut repair, Tenneco said. Each unit features a pre-assembled, OE-style bearing plate; upper and lower spring isolators; upper spring seat; coil spring; boot kit; and premium strut.

The assemblies are offered with Monroe’s Safe & Sound Guarantee 90-day, money-back offer. More information on the guarantee and Monroe’s ride control products can be found on its website, www.monroe.com.

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