For a limited time, AGV will offer a 20 percent discount on a new helmet purchase to anyone who trades in a used lid, no matter how old, no matter what brand.
The company's reported goal is to emphasize safety and awareness; of course, an buyer incentive to fuel helmet sales doesn't hurt, either. Still, AGV is reacting to a perceived safety risk by giving riders using much-older helmets an economic incentive to upgrade their head protection.
“Many times we receive calls from our customers asking for parts for 10-year old helmets,” says Roberto Sadowsky, vice president of operations at AGV Dainese USA, “but materials used in the fabrication of a helmet lose their integrity and performance with time. This gave us the idea to come up with a promotion that reflects and promotes the most important value for our brand: the safety of our riders."
The promotion runs until June 15.
AGV is distributed in the United States by Parts-Unlimited and Dainese USA. For more information dealers should contact their Parts Unlimited rep or AGV directly at email@example.com (949.645.9500). Visit www.agv.com for rules and restrictions.
From a press release. Posted by Mary Slepicka