Auto Service World
News   July 21, 2017   by Adam Malik

Monroe offering customer sweepstakes


The next time a customer walks into your service and repair shop, they could win $500.

Monroe is running its “Feel the Difference Quote it” promotion until Dec. 3. Customers don’t even need to spend any money for a chance at one of 28 $500 cheques. All they need is a valid quote on shock or strut replacement services, a yellow Feel the Difference guarantee tear pad sheet, photo and email.

“This is a great opportunity to win $500 and have your ride control inspected for wear,” said Denise Hanefeld, brand and marketing manager, North America aftermarket, Tenneco. “If you invest in replacing your shocks and struts, you want to ‘feel the difference’ and this promotion offers an exciting opportunity to win big – just by having your ride control inspected. The new Monroe Guarantee gives you added confidence in making this investment.”

Through the promotion, participating automotive service providers recommending shock or strut replacement services to customers can do so using yellow “Feel the Difference” tear pads. Customers can enter the sweepstakes by taking a photo of their estimate/invoice – including the “Feel the Difference” tear pad label – and emailing the photo and the postal code of the automotive service shop from which they received the estimate or invoice to feelthedifference@tennecopromotions.com. Photos of estimates and invoices must show that the services include the use of a part covered by the “Feel the Difference” guarantee to qualify.

Only one entry is allowed per customer during the promotion period. Tenneco will hold a weekly drawing during the promotion period, with one $500 prize winner selected at random each week. Winners will be notified by phone or email, while non-winning entries will roll over to later drawings. When a service shop’s customer wins, so does the shop, in the form of four iconic Monroe counter stools.


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