GearWrench® Offers Escalating Rebate On Innovative Tools In "Go Large" Promotion
One Lucky Winner Will Receive a Special Edition Monster Energy/Cernics Kawasaki KX45OF Sports Bike
BALTIMORE (March 2, 2009)-- GearWrench®, a premier hand tool brand from Danaher Tool Group, today announced the launch of its latest promotion, which includes a rebate offer and sweepstakes for technicians and tool enthusiasts. The promotion entitled, "Go Large" provides a one-for-one escalating tool rebate on 52 large and extra long (XL) sizes of GearWrench's innovative ratcheting wrenches, socket sets, wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, pry bars and tap and die sets. The unlimited rebate offer allows customers to select a free product for each tool purchased among three product levels.
In conjunction with the "Go Large" promotion, a sweepstakes will reward one lucky winner with a special edition Monster Energy/Cernics Kawasaki KX45OF sports bike (estimated retail value: $9,500). GearWrench recently signed on as the 2009 exclusive hand tool sponsor of the Monster Energy/Cernics Kawasaki 2009 supercross racing team. The "Go Large" rebate and sweepstakes will run through July 31, 2009. Sweepstakes entries can be made using the rebate form or online at www.gearwrench.com.
"Technicians and tool enthusiasts know that having the right tools can make a tough job easier," said Marc Mangus, senior brand manager at GearWrench. "Go Large is unique in that it provides a one-for-one rebate on some of our most innovative tools and rewards customers with tools they can use to make their lives easier."
"Go Large" rebate forms are available through mobile tool drivers and professional tool distributors and online at www.gearwrench.com. No purchase is necessary to enter the "Go Large" sweepstakes and is open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years or older at the time of entry. One entry is permitted per household. Additional information about the "Go Large" sweepstakes is available online at www.gearwrench.com/sweepstakes.
"When GearWrench agreed to sponsor the 2009 Monster Energy/Cernics Kawasaki racing team, we realized one way to make that tangible for our customers was to give away a special edition bike," said Mangus.