Philips Launches DRL Rebate Promotion

Philips Automotive Lighting North America is now offering an exclusive cash back rebate offer on the purchase of Philips LED DayLight Daytime Running Lights. Customers who purchase the Philips LED DayLight 4 will get $15 while the LED DayLight 8 purchase will earn $25 after mail-in rebate. This promotion is valid at all Pep Boys stores and other fine automotive parts retailers.

Philips LED DayLight 4 and LED DayLight 8 are designed for both safety and style. They are the slimmest and most compact designs available on the market and feature high-powered Philips LUXEON® LEDs that project a powerful, bright white light.

Philips LED DayLight DRLs have a wider beam than the average LED DRL, which provides drivers immediate safety benefits by substantially increasing the vehicle’s visibility to other drivers and pedestrians.

Quick Cash Back

This LED DayLight DRL promotion is offered for a limited time and details are available online at http://www.philipsautolighting.com/drl-rebate/. A complete set of rules and regulations can be found on the second page of the rebate form, which can be easily printed.

Philips Automotive Lighting North America offers a wide range of automotive lighting built with the highest quality standards. Philips is one of the world’s largest suppliers of lighting for the automotive industry.

For more information about Philips LED DayLight Daytime Running Lights promotion, visit: www.daylight-led.com or call 1-800-257-6054

 

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