Teleflex program rewards dealers


Teleflex Marine is introducing "Onboard Rewards," an online program that provides incentives to dealers for recommending, selling and installing Teleflex, SeaStar, NFB, Sierra and Shields products.

Starting this summer, dealers and their staff members can start earning points by logging on to the Teleflex Dealer Network and registering for the program. They can add points by selling Teleflex products, participating in promotions or attending distributor shows.

Online training modules have been designed to provide information on the features and benefits of the range of Teleflex Marine products. Dealers can earn points by completing online courses covering mechanical and hydraulic steering, controls and cables, oil and lubricants, engine parts, hoses and the new GPS speedometer.

Points earned are recorded online and can be redeemed for such incentives as personal electronics, luggage, outdoor gear and other items.

"We want to recognize dealers for the work they do on behalf of our brand," said Tom Douglass, vice president of sales and marketing, in a statement. "Our goal is to make it fun, easy - and rewarding - for a dealer to build a good relationship with the folks at Teleflex and with our products."

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