NAC Tapped by Kawasaki to Provide Preferred Protection Programs

National Auto Care (NAC) and its line of powersports protection products, National Powersports Care, have been selected by Kawasaki Motors Corp., as the provider for their Preferred Protection Plus suite of products.

Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. has selected NAC and National Powersports Care to bring new and reinvigorated programs to its Preferred Protection Plus product line, which offers protection programs for the other OEM brands sold by KMC’s network of independent retail dealers.  In addition, NAC will be providing new Ancillary programs to the Kawasaki Protection Plus product portfolio. 

While Kawasaki Protection Plus Extended Service Agreement programs will continue to be fully administrated by KMC, the selection of National Powersports Care will allow KMC to provide dealers with additional product offerings for their customers.

In addition to powersports protection products, NAC will offer menu technology, sales reporting and applications developed with emphasis on alignment with KMC’s goals and objectives.

“Since we launched National Powersports Care in 2019, the response from the marketplace has been outstanding,” says Courtney Wanderon Hoffman, Sr. Vice President for NAC. “It is the perfect next step for us to adapt this product suite for an OEM, and we couldn’t imagine a better partner than an industry leader like Kawasaki.”

In addition to nationwide field and training support, NAC will provide full administration of the Preferred Protection Plus programs and Kawasaki Protection Plus ancillary programs and product design that fits the needs of Kawasaki dealers and their customers.

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