Every June, the morning and evening sky over Tigard, Ore., is illuminated by the colorful glow of hot air balloons.\n\nThe three-day Festival of Balloons in Tigard draws thousands of people who come to watch the colorful balloons inflate and rise into the sky.\n\nMany in the crowd hang around to enjoy tasty food and carnival rides, too. Sound like fun? Make plans to attend the 2014 festival, which will be held June 20-22.\n\nOil Can Henry’s has proudly served Tigard since August 22, 1994. When you’re in the area, drop by our service center on S.W. Scholls Ferry Road and say “Hi” to our hard-working team of trained technicians, who continue to reach new heights in customer satisfaction.\n\nWe also salute the other ten Oil Can Henry’s celebrating August anniversaries:\n
I was very impressed with how my service was done. The personnel were very professional and did not rush through the service and acted like they really cared about my vehicle.\n\nThey did a really thorough job and I definitely will be bringing this vehicle back and another vehicle that I have.\n\nAlso, all your workers were all very professionally dressed, which I really appreciate.\n\nThanks again for the great job.\n\n~ Randy H.
As you stroll Spokane’s wonderful Riverfront Park district, you can still see vestiges of the 1974 World’s Fair that helped transform the city’s downtown by attracting more than 5.2 million visitors and pumping about $150 million into the local economy.\n\nFast forward 34 years to 2008, when Spokane residents Bob and Barb Davisson opened the first Oil Can Henry’s center in the “Lilac City”. The Davisson’s thriving center may be seven miles from Riverfront Park but its location in front of the Wandermere Fred Meyer on Division Street has proven extremely popular.\n\nBob, Barb and their crew of friendly, trained technicians quickly won over local drivers and paved the way for three more Oil Can Henry’s centers in the area — 411 S. Thor Street, 5220 W. Lowell Avenue, and 124 W. Hanley Avenue in Coeur d’Alene. So, no matter where you find yourself in Spokane, there’s likely an Oil Can Henry’s nearby.\n\nOur congratulations to Bob, Barb and their crew on five great years in Spokane and to the other eight Oil Can Henry’s celebrating July anniversaries:\n
I was leaving the Home Depot in the middle of a crazy rain storm and found that my van wouldn’t start.\n\nI kept cranking and cranking until I eventually killed the battery. After a few minutes, I heard a tap on my window and a man introduced himself as the manager of Oil Can Henry’s. He then, while standing in the rain and soaking wet, asked me to pop my hood. After a few minutes of looking around under my hood, he then asked me to start my van. After one turn of my key, my van started with no problems. He then walked back to my window and told me that he tested my battery and also found a vacuum hose that was disconnected, causing my van to idle at a slower speed.\n\nI’ve had this problem with my van’s idle for a long time but everyone I’ve had look at it couldn’t find the problem. Nathan then told me that my battery was a little old and that it had tested poorly. By this time Nathan was so wet from the rain and I couldn’t be more in shock by the service I was getting from this man.\n\nI told Nathan I would meet him at the Oil Can Henry’s store. After following Nathan back to the store (about 100 yards), I was able to get my battery replaced.\n\nI am still in shock by the customer service he gave me. Nathan never once had to walk through the parking lot in the pouring rain to help me, but he did and for that I am still in utter shock and grateful. I’m 66-years old and never in my entire life have I ever had someone go out of their way to help me like Nathan did. I can’t say enough about this gentleman, nor will I ever forget his kindness towards strangers. People like Nathan make all the difference in the world.\n~ Gregory B.
Chrysler is recalling model year 2010-2012 Jeep Patriot and Compass SUVs to fix a sensor-activated restraint system and model year 2012-2013 Jeep Wrangler SUVs to address concerns that a power steering component may cause premature wear by rubbing against a transmission oil cooler line.\n\nThe company is challenging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recent request that it recall certain Jeep Cherokee (1993-2007) and Jeep Liberty (2002-2007) vehicles.\n\nLearn more: http://cnnmon.ie/10TJZxe