TriStar Announces New Vehicle Service Contract: TriStar Freedom Guard

MASON, OH, January 03, 2013 TriStar announced that they have launched a new vehicle service contract. TriStar Freedom Guard™ is designed to help service members keep their vehicle running smoothly. Should there be a covered failure Freedom Guard provides additional assistance for the service member and their family. The plan meets their specific needs and gets them back on the road with minimal inconvenience.

Freedom Guard offers Deployment Extension, Enhanced Claims Assistance, PCS/Trip Interruption, Substitute Transportation, and Emergency Roadside Assistance which will be included with all service plans. Freedom Guard™ will also offer an optional Tire and Wheel Protection.

“We are very excited to be providing industry leading protection to service members here and abroad” said Brian McDonald President and CEO.

"I am very excited to be a part of an organization that offers our service members a superior service contract that truly protects those who sacrifice so much for us,” said Mike Monaghan about the new Freedom Guard™ vehicle service contract.

About Tri Star

Since 2000, TriSt has been providing customers with the peace of mind that comes with having ultimate protection. We’ve built our coverage options and products based on what our customers need most: a safeguard against the unexpected. Our reputation of excellence is based on both our products and our customer service. Not only do we have the right tools to help car owners feel safe and secure, we also provide top-notch customer service. We’re in the business of protecting you — whenever and wherever you need us.

Find out more about TriStar® Freedom Guard™ by calling 866.585.9747 or visiting tsfreedomguard.com.

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