UMA members to receive maintenance discounts

Posted on March 30, 2011

The United Motorcoach Association (UMA) partnered with two service providers — Imperial Supplies and Petro-Canada Lubricants — to provide exclusive benefits to its members.

Imperial Supplies is a progressive, technologically-advanced distributor of maintenance repair parts and inventory management programs. The “UMA Shop Supplies Program through Imperial Supplies” will provide UMA members with a dedicated service advisor and access to a full range of products.

Petro-Canada Lubricants has more than 25 years of experience producing exceptional performing lubricants that save their customers money. Petro-Canada can supply motorcoach operations with a wide variety of premium lubricants in all package sizes to suit the needs of the strenuous duty cycle of a motorcoach fleet. UMA members may order through a local distributor to ensure efficient service and be billed through Petro-Canada so that the purchasing power of all UMA members will be utilized.

“In looking to find programs that can save our members money, Imperial and Petro-Canada stand out for their efficiency and savings potential,” said Michele Nosko, UMA’s director of membership and marketing. “We received high praise from members who are current customers of Imperial and Petro-Canada and feel they are perfect additions to our menu of member benefits.”

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