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News   April 1, 2013   by Auto Service World

Monroe ‘Everything Gets Old’ Ride Control Campaign Debuts in Major League Baseball Stadiums


Tenneco’s Monroe shocks and struts brand, will debut its innovative “Everything Gets Old. Even Your Shocks” automotive ride control advertising campaign for baseball fans across North America. The Monroe “Everything Gets Old” message will appear in behind-the-plate and baseline banners in several MLB stadiums and reach millions of additional fans watching game broadcasts throughout the season.

The “Everything Gets Old” campaign reminds consumers that their vehicles’ shock absorbers and struts eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Because these ride control components are “hidden” beneath the vehicle, the campaign compares their gradual wear to more readily visible consumer items, including bananas, shoes, socks, tires, toothbrushes – and even baseballs. In addition to MLB stadiums, “Everything Gets Old” will be featured in hundreds of roadside billboards, thousands of radio and print ads, and in an extensive digital campaign that includes Web banners, “in-app” music/radio ads and other engagement-driven elements.

The Monroe brand’s consumer messages are a common sight for baseball fans; the brand’s innovative “Save the Squirrel” campaign was seen by millions of fans attending games and watching MLB broadcasts over the past five years.

“Our in-stadium banners generate tremendous response, both among fans at the ballparks as well as the millions of consumers who see our message in game broadcasts and in highlights replayed in sportscasts and shared via the Web,” said Monroe brand manager Carri Irby. “Our goal is to connect with vehicle owners who might never have thought about the condition of their shocks and struts, and to encourage them to have ride control safety inspections performed as part of their next vehicle service occasions.”

Shock absorbers and struts play important roles in helping deliver safe steering, stopping and stability. Because worn ride control components can compromise vehicle safety in certain driving situations, many industry professionals recommend that worn units be replaced at 50,000 miles/80,000 kilometers.

For more information regarding the Monroe “Everything Gets Old” campaign and/or Monroe products, please contact your automotive service provider or  visit www.monroe.com.


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