Manufacturer Rebate Program
Tired of rising food costs? PRLA’s manufacturer rebate program (MRP) can help you earn money back on products you currently purchase.
PRLA MRP will help you maximize your cost savings while minimizing your time. Prime Source Purchasing (PSP) administers the program on your behalf by negotiating rebates with key manufacturers and filing all rebate paperwork. You receive a quarterly rebate check and detailed report summarizing your purchases and their rebate values.
Since the program's start in 2012, PRLA members have earned hundreds of thousands of dollars back in rebates. Food items, paper products and cleaning supplies are just a few of the categories that qualify for rebates.
The program is free for PRLA members and enrollment is easy—simply email firstname.lastname@example.org for an enrollment packet or download it using the link at the bottom of this page. Please send your completed enrollment packet to Kristen at Prime Source Purchasing as specified on the first page.
MRP FAST FACTS
- No up-front fees or additional cost to participate
- Open to PRLA members in good standing
- No earning limits
- Use your current distributors and suppliers
- Rebate checks and purchasing summary are issued quarterly
- PSP files your rebate paperwork for you
“This program is a no brainer—it’s free money! It makes us money at the end of the year.”
–Jason Minor, Black N Bleu Restaurant, Mechanicsburg
“The PRLA Manufacturer Rebate Program is great. With literally no work on our part, the rebates we receive go right to our bottom line.”
–Lyn Kemper, Wimpy & Dee’s Classic Diner, Honey Brook
“With the PRLA Manufacturer Rebate Program, my membership is paid for, two fold and more every year. Join now!”
–Vince Sanzotti, St. Clair Country Club, Pittsburgh
“Getting a quarterly rebate check for a couple hundred dollars for purchasing products you already use—why not?”
–Kirk Firoglanis, Hot Z Pizza, Landisville
“It feels great getting free money on products I’m already buying. I don’t have to change brands, quantities or suppliers!”
–Michael Leifer, The Peanut Bar Restaurant, Reading