Sumner, Washington is old-fashioned to the core — and it suits the charming community of 9,500 well.“Full of old-fashioned friendliness, Sumner embodies all things Americana,” reads the state of Washington’s tourism website entry. “Visit Main Street for shopping or stroll through Heritage Park near the historic downtown core. With the Daffodil Parade in spring, concerts in … Continue reading February Anniversaries: Old-Fashioned Quality in Sumner
Eagle, Idaho, is soaring.The beautiful community of 22,000 has grown steadily as people make the move to enjoy its wonderful quality of life.Close to seemingly endless outdoor recreation opportunities, Eagle is also just minutes from Boise’s thriving arts, culture and food scenes.Oil Can Henry’s is proud to be a member of the Eagle community, and to help local drivers ensure their vehicles run … Continue reading January Anniversaries: Soaring in Eagle, Idaho
Milwaukie, Ore., city leaders and residents like to note that their community offers the “best of both worlds: a small town feel and easy access to Portland and regional activities and services”.While that’s certainly true, it’s also interesting to note that this town of 20,500 people is the birthplace of several world-class brands.For example, the … Continue reading December Anniversaries: 25 years of World Class Service in Milwaukie
Strategically 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 … Continue reading Anniversaries: Blooming in Washington’s Wenatchee Valley
Enjoy a happy and safe Fourth of July holiday weekend! Oil Can Henry’s service centers will be closed on Saturday, July 4, so we can celebrate the holiday with family and friends.