Kenworth expands Privileges Program, adds Clean Power Tour stops

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The Kenworth Privileges Program now features more than 70 offers totaling over $1,600 in parts and service savings. The Kirkland, Wash.-based company also has expanded its “green” message by adding 30 stops to the Kenworth Clean Power Technology Tour, which is traveling to dealerships nationwide.

Privileges Program

Kenworth says this versatile savings program puts customers in control of a variety of parts and service discounts, many of which offer multiple or unlimited redemptions. Owner-operators, fleets and repair shops – businesses of all sorts and sizes – can benefit from the program’s selection of offers, which feature savings on more than 30 brands.

The program also includes a handy membership card and Web-based access to profile information, program updates and more. Customer service also is available, either over the phone or via e-mail, providing a cost-effective way to not only reduce costs but also track purchases and savings.

Customers can join the Kenworth Privileges Program at participating Kenworth dealerships in the United States, Canada and Mexico for a suggested retail price of $9.95, a one-time activation fee. The membership card can be registered at the dealer or online at www.kenworthprivileges.com, a user-friendly website that provides customers with secure access to their account information, including offers used and still available.

Clean Power Technology Tour

The Kenworth Clean Power Technology Tour gives customers a close look at the Kenworth Clean Power no-idle system, which is beginning production as a factory option for the aerodynamic Kenworth T660 with a 72-inch AeroCab sleeper. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently recognized the T660 as a SmartWay model.

Kenworth Clean Power uses dedicated, advanced deep-cycle batteries that power a 21,000-btu thermal storage cooler. Once the truck is shut off, a thermostat regulates the cab temperature, and a variable-speed fan circulates chilled air through a duct near the bunk. Testing has shown that when the outside temperature is 95 degrees, Kenworth Clean Power is able to keep the sleeper cool and provide accessory power for up to 10 hours.

For more information, go to www.kenworth.com and select “Kenworth Clean Power” on the right side of the home page. Upcoming tour stops include:

GREAT LAKES (STAGE 2)
June 22-23: Michigan Kenworth, Grand Rapids, Mich.
June 25: Eastern Michigan Kenworth, Dearborn, Mich.
June 27: Hissong Kenworth, Richfield, Ohio
June 28: Columbus Kenworth, Hilliard, Ohio
June 29: Kenworth of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
July 2: Central Illinois Trucks, Normal, Ill.
July 5: CIT Kenworth Chicago, Joliet, Ill.
July 9: Wisconsin Kenworth, Windsor, Wis.
July 10: Wisconsin Kenworth, Milwaukee
July 11: Wisconsin Kenworth, Green Bay, Wis.
July 12: Wisconsin Kenworth, Mosinee, Wis.
July 13: Wisconsin Kenworth, Menomonie, Wis.
July 16: Rihm Kenworth/Clearwater Travel Plaza, Clearwater, Minn.

CENTRAL (STAGE 3)
July 17: Sioux City Kenworth, Sioux City, Iowa
July 18: Kenworth of Omaha, Omaha, Neb.
July 19: Kenworth Mid-Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa
July 24: Kenworth of St. Louis, Fenton, Mo.
July 25: MHC Kenworth, Columbia, Mo.
July 26: MHC Kenworth, Kansas City, Mo.
July 30: Wichita Kenworth, Wichita, Kan.
July 31: Roberts Kenworth, Amarillo, Texas
Aug. 1: MHC Kenworth, Oklahoma City
Aug. 2: MHC Kenworth, Tulsa, Okla.
Aug. 6: MHC Kenworth, Springfield, Mo.
Aug. 7: MHC Kenworth, Springdale, Ark.
Aug. 8: MHC Kenworth, Van Buren, Ark.
Aug. 9: MHC Kenworth, Little Rock, Ark.
Aug. 13: Kenworth of South Texas-San Antonio, Converse, Texas
Aug. 14: Kenworth of South Texas, Pharr, Texas
Aug. 16: Performance Kenworth, Houston
Aug. 20: MHC Kenworth, Dallas

SOUTHEAST (STAGE 4)
Aug. 26-Sept. 14

NORTHEAST (STAGE 5)
Sept. 15-Oct. 14