Firstech, makers of Compustar remote start and security, is launching a program where dealers can return old or defective car alarms in exchange for credits for buying new Compustar systems.
Under the ‘Cash for Car Alarms’ program, dealers may return up to 40 new, old, defective or broken car alarms, and receive a $15 credit for each that can be applied to the purchase of a Compustar CS720-A or CS5502-A security system.
All 12-volt retailers in the US are eligible for this promotion.
“Every 12-volt retailer has old or dated car alarms laying around with no plans to sell them to a paying customer,” said Firstech Managing Director Jason Kaminski.
“Talking with dealers, one issue they are dealing with is sitting on old inventory. So we wanted to give them an opportunity to switch that old inventory for the new alarms,” added Firstech’s Justin Lee.
The Compustar CS720-A and CS5502-A launched earlier this year. They are “digital” security systems that can be installed into all vehicles using an ADS AL-CA interface module. Users can then add long range remotes or phone-start capability and telematics.
The program launches on April 1st and will close on April 30th.
Visit www.compustar.com/buyback or e-mail [email protected]
Photo: Compustar CS720