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Consumers Can Save Up to $40 by Choosing Champion Automotive Spark Plugs

Now through Nov. 30, 2012, consumers can receive up to $40 in mail-in rebates by purchasing Champion Iridium, Champion Double Platinum Power, Champion Platinum Power or Champion Copper Plus spark plugs for their automotive engines.

Now through Nov. 30, 2012, consumers can receive up to $40 in mail-in rebates by purchasing Champion Iridium, Champion Double Platinum Power, Champion Platinum Power or Champion Copper Plus spark plugs for their automotive engines. Federal-Mogul is offering a $2.50 rebate on each Champion Iridium plug, $2 on Champion Double Platinum Power and Champion Platinum Power plugs, and 50 cents on each Champion Copper Plus plug up to a limit of $40 per person and/or household.

Federal-Mogul says it has made it easy to submit and track Champion rebates through the new www.ChampionRebate.com website. Rebate submissions must be postmarked within 14 days of purchase. Visit www.ChampionRebate.com for other rules and restrictions.

“We always suggest that consumers follow the manufacturer’s recommended scheduled maintenance for their vehicles, but if you’re experiencing a decrease in gas mileage or your engine isn’t running efficiently, that’s a sign you should consider a tune-up,” said Champion Brand Manager Ann Skrycki-Mohler. “Worn spark plugs can decrease engine performance and contribute to reduced gas mileage. With today’s fuel prices, tuning up your vehicle and increasing fuel efficiency, engine performance and overall reliability makes sense, and our rebate offer provides an extra incentive on the latest Champion plug technologies.”

According to Federal-Mogul, Premium Champion Iridium spark plugs feature a fine-wire iridium center electrode and the brand’s exclusive Heat-Active alloy for maximum performance and long life. Double Platinum Power spark plugs are equipped with two platinum conductors and the Heat-Active alloy, ensuring exceptional performance in virtually any domestic or foreign-nameplate engine, the company says. The single platinum conductor in Champion Platinum Power plugs helps provide better ignitability and smoother idle under a wide range of operating conditions. And, the company adds that the brand’s dependable and durable Copper Plus spark plugs feature nickel alloy center and ground electrodes for strong performance and long life.

For more information regarding Champion spark plugs, visit the nearest Champion provider or log on to www.AlwaysaChampion.com. To identify the best Champion plug for any application, use the free www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalog.

 

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