New ECP Accident Repair newsletter launched

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Body_Shop_Newsletter_Front_Cover_jpgEuro Car Parts has launched a new Bodyshop Newsletter.

Titled Accident Repair Special, it features several exclusive deals ECP has put together, including:

  • The chance to win a TV when purchasing OE Xenon bulbs
  • Deals on the fastest moving parts for hot hatches
  • Thousands of products with ECP’s lowest price guarantee

ECP hasn’t mucked around when it comes to availability of the Newsletter – more than 120,000 copies have been printed, with 7000 being distributed direct to bodyshops on the ECP database.

ECP’s Donna West commented: “We sell many parts that are insurance approved and from OEM manufacturers such as Bosch, Magnetti Marelli, ULO and Valeo.

“The newsletter also shows off new-to-range parts, including new Japanese bumpers for the UK’s most popular vehicles.

“All our fastest-moving parts are listed at very competitive prices.”

CAT subscribers also receive monthly ECP newsletters, bagged free with their magazine when it arrives in the post each month.

If you are a garage or bodyshop and you wish to subscribe to CAT, apply by filling in our online application form.

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  1. Hi I’m looking to advertise a fledgling business and was wondering if you could give me a cost for advertising with your news letter for body shops?