Transtar Industries Launches Customer Reward Program - Transmission Digest

Transtar Industries Launches Customer Reward Program

Transtar customers can now earn points every time they purchase parts on www.transend.us.

Transtar Industries has launched a customer reward program, transend Rewards, unique to the automotive aftermarket industry. Transtar customers can now earn points every time they purchase parts on www.transend.us, and those points can be redeemed for a variety of top-tier, brand-name items and experiences. 

Vice President of Marketing Kevin Rozsa says, “Meaningfully improving our customers’ experience is our singular focus. Beyond offering the widest selection and inventory of high-quality parts, ease of ordering, excellent service, and same- or next-day delivery, transend Rewards enhances our value proposition. We’re excited to share this program and look forward to the benefits our customers will receive from buying products on transend.” 

Transtar Industries created transend with the goal of the platform becoming the industry’s best parts lookup and ordering software. The company says it is committed to simplifying parts ordering for complex vehicle repair to make it as efficient and easy as possible to get an exact product to application match through VIN, license plate number, or year/make/model/engine searches. With the introduction of transend Rewards, which is available to customers in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, customers can find it “rewarding” for utilizing the platform. 

Customers may visit transend and either register for a free account or activate the customer rewards program for an existing account. 

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