Look out for a Ring Golden Ticket 

November 10, 2022
Look out for a Ring Golden Ticket 
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Ring Automotive is urging technicians to keep their eyes peeled for a Golden Ticket as part of its new promotion that offers mechanics the chance to win prizes when they find a ticket in Ring’s new inspection lamp or battery care products.


Ring has hidden 200 golden tickets in various battery care and inspection lamp packs as part of its new promotion, with Amazon and Just Eat vouchers up for grabs. The promotion is part of Ring’s commitment to supporting motor factors ahead of exciting new product launches. The Golden Ticket promotion is set to help factors sell out of their stock of current-generation inspection lamps and battery care products.

Henry Bisson, marketing director at Ring, said, “Supporting our valued motor factor customers is key, whilst also rewarding loyal customers for their support throughout the year. Purchases of our MAGflex range of inspection lamps and high-end battery care product range all come with a chance of winning, so keep your eyes peeled for a golden ticket for your chance to win.”

Also featuring in Ring’s Golden Ticket promotion is the RBAG750 graphical battery analyser, which can provide a complete health check of a vehicle’s battery and electrical systems. Compatible with both 12V and 24V vehicles, RBAG750 can detect battery charging problems by checking alternator voltages fall within normal operating ranges, and checks for potential starting problems by measuring battery voltage drop during engine cranking. All results can be printed on the device or sent to a computer via a USB connection.

Technicians can win in the Golden Ticket promotion with qualifying orders of Ring’s smart chargers range.

Ring’s SmartCharge RSCP5024 and RSCP60T products are designed with the professional in mind, delivering 50 and 60A continuous charging respectively, to deal with the demand of 12V and 24V battery recharging during diagnostic or data upload work. Ring’s smart charger and battery maintainers keep batteries in good condition without the risk of overcharging – automatically adjusting to long-term maintenance mode when the battery is full.

Also part of the promotion is Ring’s popular MAGflex inspection lamp range, providing technicians with the required lighting for any job, designed to offer complete versatility and reliability in the workshop. This includes the compact MAGflex Mini 250, powerful MAGflex Max 500, the versatile MAGflex Slim 500 and the MAGflex Headtorch 250 for a hands-free option.

Mechanics and technicians purchasing Ring’s range of high-end inspection lamps and battery care equipment from motor factors, can check which prize their golden ticket has won them by visiting the Ring rewards site: ring-rewards.com
 
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