Monroe Offers Limited Edition Counter Stool

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Monroe has introduced a limited edition; custom-designed Monroe OESpectrum counter stool—an eye catching addition to any retail counter, service bay or garage—is now available for purchase.

“The Monroe OESpectrum counter stool is one of the most requested Monroe memorabilia and heritage items available from Tenneco,” said Sheryl Bomia, North America Aftermarket Programs Manager, Tenneco. “The Monroe counter stool integrates premium Monroe OESpectrum shock models into its base and is sure to be the most talked about addition to your waiting room or garage.”

The 30-inch tall Monroe counter stool is available for order online. The brand’s iconic Monroe black and yellow logo—a familiar sight for consumers and industry professionals alike—is displayed on the counter stool, making it a great addition to service garages, parts stores, waiting rooms and more. The stool offers comfort and style with a custom-printed 14-inch seat and an attractive Z-shaped profile, custom-designed with two injection-molded Monroe OESpectrum shock absorbers for legs.

Each stool is shipped unassembled with necessary hardware and easy-to-follow assembly instructions. The counter stool costs $50 plus tax, shipping and handling.

For more information or to order a limited-edition Monroe counter stool, visit monroe.com.

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