Equipment Rebate Program
The NACHURS Equipment Rebate Program is open to any NEW customer using NACHURS liquid fertilizer for the first time from a company-identified representative. Liquid planter or drill equipment may be purchased locally or through your NACHURS representative.
$0.10 per gallon for up to three years or when the investment price of the equipment (up to the maximum, $3,000) is paid back to the customer, whichever is earlier. Equipment includes liquid planters, drill equipment, and bulk storage tanks.
A minimum amount of 1,000 gallons of any NACHURS liquid fertilizer formulation.
Example #1: Equipment cost the customer $1,200. He buys listed gallons each of the next three years.
|Year 2017||1,000 gallons x $.10 =||$100.00 Rebate Year One|
|Year 2018||1,500 gallons x $.10 =||$150.00 Rebate Year Two|
|Year 2019||2,000 gallons x $.10 =||$200.00 Rebate Year Three|
$450.00 Total Rebate Over 3 Year Period
Example #2: Equipment cost the customer $1,200*. He buys 4,400 gallons each of the next three years.
|Year 2017||4,400 gallons x $.10 =||$440.00 Rebate Year One|
|Year 2018||4,400 gallons x $.10 =||$440.00 Rebate Year Two|
|Year 2019||4,400 gallons x $.10 =||$320.00* Rebate Year Three|
$1,200.00 Total Rebate Over 3 Year Period
Rebate Time Period:
Delivery orders must be signed and sent to NACHURS Corporate Office located at 421 Leader Street, Marion, Ohio 43302, by August 31, 2017, Attn: Beth Clemons, in order to qualify for the 2016-2017 Equipment Rebate Program. The Equipment Rebate Form must be completely filled out with copies of the invoice or delivery ticket of the new customer plus receipts documenting the equipment cost by August 31, 2017.
Rebate payment will be sent in late September or early October of each year to the participating distributor. Distributor account must be current or a credit will be issued to the distributor’s account.
The respective NACHURS Sales Manager for each region will be responsible for coordinating this program.
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