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Peterbilt offers Preferred Card

Peterbilt Motors Co. said its new Preferred Card rewards loyal customers with numerous discounts on parts and services. The Preferred Card – available at participating Peterbilt dealerships throughout North America – features discounts from more than 30 brand name manufacturers, as well as select service work performed at Peterbilt dealerships.

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Peterbilt Motors Co. said its new Preferred Card rewards loyal customers with numerous discounts on parts and services.

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The Preferred Card – available at participating Peterbilt dealerships throughout North America – features discounts from more than 30 brand name manufacturers, as well as select service work performed at Peterbilt dealerships.

“The Peterbilt Preferred Card is a first for our industry and we’re pleased to offer it to our customers,” says Scott Pearson, Peterbilt Assistant General Manager of Sales and Marketing. “It is available to both fleets and owner-operators and can result in significant aftermarket savings. Additionally, many of the discounts offer multiple or unlimited redemption.”

Customers can manage their Preferred Card account via the World Wide Web with access to profile information, program updates, available discounts and purchase and savings history. Customer service is available through the website or by calling (888) 722-8606.
The Preferred Card can be purchased at participating Peterbilt dealerships for $9.95. Cards can be registered at the dealership or at www.PeterbiltPreferred.com. Customers have the option to provide an e-mail address during registration that unlocks a selection of bonus offers.

For more information, visit http://www.peterbilt.com/.

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