How to become a ‘REPXPERT Millionaire’

How to become a ‘REPXPERT Millionaire’

Parts manufacturer Schaeffler is giving three technicians the chance to become a ‘REPXPERT Millionaire’ this year.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its REPXPERT workshop technology support programme, Schaeffler is planning to reward three lucky members with one million points each during 2023, one for each of its three market leading brands – LuK, INA and FAG.

“Thousands of workshop professionals across the UK and Ireland use REPXPERT every day, whether to search for products on TecDoc, download vehicle manufacturer fitting instructions or just redeem and spend their points in the bonus shop” explains marketing communications manager, Jeff Earl.

“We have decided that this loyal band of proactive garage owners and technicians who are committed to improving their professional skills so they can fit our OE products right first time, every time, deserve a little extra in 2023.

“The promotion is simple, the more LuK products the member installs the more boxes they can scan, and therefore the greater their chance of winning one million points,which they can then spend anywhere in the REPXPERT platform, from TecRMI data to tools, clothing, and consumables in the Bonus Shop.

“The first REPXPERT points millionaire will be drawn at random at the beginning of May, from the pool of members who claim REPXPERT bonus points between February and April on purchases of LuK transmission products. So, we encourage members to keep installing LuK products, with the knowledge that for every job that’s completed, the closer they are to becoming the first of just three REPXPERT points millionaires!”

Roadshow kicks off in Essex

Following on from last year’s REPXPERT Academy LIVE York event, which attracted 111 delegates, Schaeffler has announced a date for the next roadshow, which will take place at New City College Hornchurch on Saturday 4th February. Due to the popularity of these events, workshop technicians and garage owners in North-East London and the South-East of England are being encouraged to register as soon as possible.

The New City College event will follow the usual Academy LIVE format, with attendees being welcomed from 9am for breakfast and registration, and group training sessions starting at 10 am until around 4pm. Complimentary lunch and refreshments throughout the day are included, and as every Academy Live is held in partnership with The Institute of the Motor Industry (the IMI), CPD points can be claimed by all visitors.

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