ACDelco launches new Brakeathon promotion

Source: and ACDelco

Oshawa, CanadaACDelco is running a new promotion for all Canadian repair facilities focused on the sale and installation of ACDelco Professional and Advantage drums and rotors.

The “Brakeathon” promotion runs through the month of October.

By registering and participating, qualifying Canadian repair facilities can earn limited edition ACDelco brake T-shirts, a hoodie, a shopping spree, and a travel gift card.

Specifically, potential participants should:

  • Register for the promotion by completing the registration form. Your shop must be registered to qualify. If you registered for our 2018 Fall Brakeathon promotions or the 2019 April/May Around the Wheel in 60 days promotion, you do not need to register again!
  • Buy $250 in ACDelco Professional and/or Advantage drums and/or rotors this October and earn a limited-edition t-shirt! Keep buying and earn enough t-shirts for all your technicians! One shirt for every $250 in purchases up to the maximum of 10 t-shirts per shop (net purchases before taxes). Your qualifying ACDelco supplier will verify your purchases.
  • For every $100 in ACDelco Professional and/or Advantage drums and/or rotor purchases, you’ll be entered into an October parts draw for a $2,000 CONNECTION Cyber shopping spree.
  • We’ll collect your ballots and enter you in to the Grand Prize for a chance to win a $2,500 Air Canada Vacation Gift Certificate! Draw to be held December 16, 2019
  • Full details by clicking on this sentence.

ACDelco offers replacement drums and rotors for all makes and models and are backed with an industry-competitive warranty. These parts are available for almost all type of repair and budget within the GM Original Equipment, Professional and Advantage lines.

The promotion is on now until Oct. 31, with a “rapid reward” bonus ending Oct. 7. Visit  for full promotion details or speak to an authorized ACDelco distributor

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.