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Veyance Technologies Announces Enhancements to Goodyear Gatorback Club Installer Rewards Program

The Gatorback Club rewards installers with points for every purchase of qualifying Goodyear Engineered Products, including popular items such as Poly-V belts, timing belt kits, tensioners, air springs and more. Points can be redeemed for a variety of rewards, including gift cards and exclusive merchandise.

Veyance Technologies, Inc., manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, announces new enhancements to its longstanding installer rewards program, the Goodyear Gatorback Club. 

The Gatorback Club rewards installers with points for every purchase of qualifying Goodyear Engineered Products, including popular items such as Poly-V belts, timing belt kits, tensioners, air springs and more.  Points can be redeemed for a variety of rewards, including gift cards and exclusive merchandise.

The 2012 program features many new enhancements, including:

• More rewards to choose from, including Visa gift cards and gift cards for gas stations, restaurants, tools and more;

• An expanded list of eligible products, including new Goodyear Engineered Products belts, idlers and OADs/OAPs;

• Redesigned exclusive Gatorback Club apparel and merchandise, including hoodies, fender covers, blankets, hats and more; and

• Eligibility for the Shop Makeover grand prize, valued at up to $5,000 (shop owner) or up to $5,000 in professional tools and merchandise (service technician), for those redeeming at the 10,000-point plateau.

“The Gatorback Club has been a longtime customer favorite, and we’re thrilled to introduce these enhancements to make it even better,” said Tory Perren, marketing manager at Veyance Technologies. “Changes have also been made to the website, making it easier for members to navigate and learn more about our quality products and value-added services as well as enhancements to the club and its great rewards.”

Participants in the Gatorback Club may also take advantage of the Goodyear Engineered Products 2012 Promotional Program to earn additional rewards. The program features monthly rebates, discounts and other promotions on featured automotive and heavy duty Goodyear Engineered Products throughout the year. Purchases made through the Promotional Program are eligible for Gatorback Club points.

To learn more about the Gatorback Club, visit www.goodyearep.com/gatorbackclub or contact your local sales representative.  

  

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