OESAA LAUNCHES ‘WE GOT YOU COVERED’ CAMPAIGN

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OESAA, the consortium of parts suppliers with OE ranges, has launched a new promotional campaign which will see thousands of promotional packs filled with a number of articles for safe working, handed out to garages.

OESAA promo campaign

Under an initiative entitled  ‘We’ve got you covered’, the packs will include two OESAA-branded 500ml refillable spray bottles, to be filled with surface cleaner, an anti-microbial key tray to help make vehicle handovers contact free, 25 B-pillar stickers to seal and protect the vehicle after servicing and prior to collection, plus 25 flyers for workshops to give to customers containing safetyrelated information.

OESAA Chairman, Nigel Morgan, said: “Both workshops and their customers have a duty of care to stay a safe distance apart to protect each other, and we hope the introduction of these packs will help them achieve this.

A similar promotion, called ‘Back on Track’, was held by the association last summer.

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