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Gulfstream Brings Back Price-Matching On Parts Through July

'Meet The Quote' Valid On Most Popular Exchange Components

Gulfstream Aerospace recently reinstituted its "Meet the Quote" spare parts price-matching program, which was initially launched in March 2004.

Meet the Quote includes price-matching on the most popular exchange parts -- including valves, alternators, regulator and brake assemblies, actuators, and display units -- for Gulfstream GII, GIII, GIV/GIV-SP, GV, G100, G150, G200, G300, G400, G350, G450, G500, G550 and Astra aircraft. The price-matching program continues through July 31, 2009.

To participate in the Meet the Quote program, a customer submits to Gulfstream a current competitive quote on a specific exchange part. If that part is priced lower than the Gulfstream price for the same part in comparable condition, Gulfstream will match the price of the part for over-the-counter transactions. Meet the Quote is offered to both current customers as well as those individuals who own, operate or manage Gulfstream aircraft.

"In addition to offering the most popular exchange parts at the most competitive prices, we include the two-year or 2,000-hour warranty program that was just announced," said Mark Burns, president, Product Support, Gulfstream. "We believe this offers unparalleled valued to our customers."

Gulfstream says Meet the Quote is part of a continuous effort to readjust spares pricing to remain competitive... particularly important in light of the current economic crisis.



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