NEOLUX announces more 2023 promotions

October 10, 2023
NEOLUX announces more 2023 promotions
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OSRAM’s competitively priced and high quality bulb brand, NEOLUX, has revealed its promotional activity for the rest of 2023, with some attractive deals for motor factors. 


The NEOLUX brand was introduced to the aftermarket in the early 2000’s with a smaller range of bulbs, bulb kits and a display stand. Since then, the range has been expanded as new bulb types have been developed and now includes more than 150 different part numbers for single boxed bulbs, 10-way trade boxes, bulb kits and display stands and includes halogen, HID and LED bulb types for car, motorcycle and truck lighting applications. 

Factors can now get a new counter display when they buy the +150% Extra Light Upgrade Bundle. 

This is available at an attractive price to allow factors to make a healthy margin. 

There is also the option to get a new counter display when buying the Blue and High Colour Blue Upgrade Bundle. 

NEOLUX is also giving away free branded fleeces when factors order the HID stock pack, which contains 12 boxes.

For more information contact your Neolux distributor. 
 
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