Anniversaries: Blooming in Washington’s Wenatchee Valley

Wenatchee-BlogStrategically located at the confluence of the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers, the charming community of Wenatchee, Wash., is an outdoor and agricultural paradise offering residents and visitors a menu of seemingly never-ending adventures to enjoy.
Home to a wide variety of scenic orchards and mouth-watering farm stands, Wenatchee has earned the moniker, “Apple Capital of the World” and hosts Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, an annual 11-day  celebration of all things apple.
The Wenatchee Valley is also home to a vast array ofoutdoor recreational opportunities, including hiking, cycling, paddling, and golfing.
So, it should come as no surprise to learn that the area continues to grow as new residents make the move to enjoy the quality of life and take advantage of the strong economic climate.
For years, Wenatchee Valley residents travelled 115 miles to Yakima for Oil Can Henry’s quick, convenient and thorough vehicle maintenance. Recognizing the growing demand for our trusted service (and, let’s be honest, looking for an excuse to spend more time in this awe-inspiring area), Oil Can Henry’s opened aWenatchee service center at 142 East Street on May 20, 2009. We opened an East Wenatchee center three weeks later, at 159 Valley Mall Parkway.
Congratulations to our hard-working teams in Wenatchee and East Wenatchee; they do a wonderful job helping drivers maintain their vehicles. And, a tip of our Gatsby cap to the other five centers celebrating anniversaries this month: