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Service Providers Can Earn All Year Long With KYB Excel-Gold


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KYB is making it easier for professional technicians to earn rewards for purchasing and installing KYB shocks and struts.  

The updated KYB Excel-Gold Rewards Program offers professional technicians the ability to earn unlimited rewards throughout 2022. Each user will receive a KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard and have access to a dedicated dashboard that will show real-time updates on their claims, payout dates and amounts.

Professional technicians who have received a KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard from previous KYB promotions are already registered and can continue earning by uploading qualified invoices. For a limited time only, new registrants will receive a $10 sign-on bonus when they join the KYB Excel-Gold Rewards program. 

Throughout 2022 Professionals will earn funds for purchasing and installing featured KYB products. During the first quarter of 2022 KYB will reward technicians with $5 for every KYB Excel-G Strut and Strut-Plus Assembly installed. Products featured by KYB and the rewards schedule will be updated quarterly. 

The reloadable KYB Excel-Gold Prepaid Mastercard will be used for all future KYB service-provider promotions. Professional technicians and service writers can learn more about KYB Excel-Gold and begin earning rewards at 

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