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Kenworth offering ANCAI members $1,000 rebates

MONTREAL, Que. -- Quebec truckers whose Christmas wish list includes a new Kenworth vocational truck could save $1,000 on the purchase if they belong to the province’s L’Association Nationale des Camionneurs Artisans (ANCAI).



MONTREAL, Que. — Quebec truckers whose Christmas wish list includes a new Kenworth vocational truck could save $1,000 on the purchase if they belong to the province’s L’Association Nationale des Camionneurs Artisans (ANCAI).

The rebate applies to Kenworth trucks used for the transportation of gravel, asphalt, sand, rock and snow, with models including the T800 and W900. To qualify, buyers must show their ANCAI membership card to the Kenworth dealer at time of purchase in 2013.

“We appreciate the loyalty of our vocational customers in Quebec,” said Alan Fennimore, Kenworth vocational marketing manager. “We hope ANCAI members will take advantage of this special rebate program in 2013 by considering the T800 and W900 for their next truck purchase.”

A single customer can take advantage of the offer on up to three qualifying trucks per year. The truck chassis must have a list price of at least $165,000 to qualify.

ANCAI represents small trucking companies and independent truck drivers in the province of Quebec and has more than 5,000 members. The group’s membership specializes in vocational applications.


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