BATAVIA, Ill. — AGCO Parts, part of AGCO Corp. (NYSE:AGCO) a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment is pleased to introduce a limited time offer through its preventative maintenance program (PM360) for customers taking their equipment to participating AGCO dealers for end of year preventative maintenance. Now through the end of 2015, customers can save 15% off genuine AGCO Parts purchased as a result of a PM360 inspection. PM360 is AGCO’s preventative maintenance program designed to ensure that our customer’s equipment is well maintained and ready to use when needed.
In conjunction with this limited time offer, AGCO Plus+ is offering 180 days of no interest and no payments for customers who purchase parts and service on their AGCO Plus+ card. Customers have the opportunity to not only receive 15% off their purchase with a PM360 inspection, but to also take advantage of 180 days of no interest and no payments by using their AGCO Plus+ account.
"AGCO is always working to support farmers and maximize their dollars," says Darren Parker, director of sales and marketing, AGCO Parts, NA. "The PM360 limited time offer of 15% off, is an excellent opportunity for customers to save while completing their post-harvest preventative maintenance. Coupling the 15% off with their AGCO Plus+ account and receiving no interest and no payments for 180 days is just another way that we can ensure farmers get the parts they need when they need them and ensure their equipment is running when it is most critical."
"Keeping equipment in top shape is key to having a successful harvest year in and year out," says Neal Generose, director of program management, AGCO Plus+. "PM360 is an excellent way for farmers to keep their equipment in peak operating condition and the 180 Day No Interest/No Payment Program through AGCO Plus+ is an excellent way for farmers to make sure they are maximizing their cash flow throughout the entire year."
This limited time offer of 15% off genuine AGCO Parts purchase with a PM360 inspection is valid through Dec. 31, 2015. Farmers should contact their nearest participating AGCO dealer today to schedule a PM360 inspection.
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