STOW, Ohio (May 5, 2014) — Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels is offering consumers up to $80 back on the purchase of select light truck tires and wheels through June 30.
Qualifying tires include the purchase of four new Trail Country, Fun Country, Mud Country or Crusher tires for an $80 Dick Cepek Tires prepaid card by mail. Consumers who buy four DC2 Black, Torque Gun Metal, Torque or Gun Metal 7 wheels will receive a $50 Dick Cepek prepaid card by mail.
The reward is available to residents in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and in Canada, where the reward value will be Canadian currency. The reward cannot be redeemed for cash.
“With the introduction of the Trail Country and the Fun Country, we wanted to develop a great incentive on some of our most popular light truck tires and wheels,” said Ken Warner, vice president of marketing at Stow-based Dick Cepek.
“This is one of the best reward programs we’ve offered, so it’s a great time to get both tires and wheels.”
To participate, consumers who purchase a full set of four qualifying tires or a full set of four qualifying wheels within the program dates should submit the invoice and claim form by mail. Requests must be postmarked no later than July 31 and received no later than Aug. 15 to be eligible. A Dick Cepek prepaid card will be provided and may be used virtually anywhere debit cards are accepted, according to the company.
Details and official rules are available on the Dick Cepek website.
Stow-based Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels is a subsidiary of Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Founded in 1963 by off-road enthusiast Dick Cepek, the Cepek brand specializes in on- and off-road products for truck, SUV and 4x4 owners.
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