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Setting the Standard for Superior Service in College Place

\n\nAt Oil Can Henry’s, we’re committed to earning our customers’ lasting trust by providing quality service that’s quick, convenient, thorough, and a great value.\n\nAll our local center owners and their teams of friendly, trained technicians work hard each and every day to provide customers with a superior service experience.\n\nNonetheless, it takes a particularly stellar and sustained … Continue reading Setting the Standard for Superior Service in College Place

August Anniversaries: Reaching New Heights in Tigard

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, … Continue reading August Anniversaries: Reaching New Heights in Tigard

July Anniversaries: Celebrating Five Years in Spokane

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 … Continue reading July Anniversaries: Celebrating Five Years in Spokane

May Anniversaries: Earning Arizona Drivers’ Trust for 24 Years

Its mild climate, diverse habitats and soaring 9,000-foot mountains make southeast Arizona a mecca for rare and unusual bird species. As a result, Sierra Vista, situated just 30 miles north of the Mexican border, is a popular destination for birders the world over.\n\nWhile Sierra Vista is known as “The Hummingbird Capital of the U.S.”,  it … Continue reading May Anniversaries: Earning Arizona Drivers’ Trust for 24 Years

April Anniversaries: 16 Years in Oregon’s “Land of Umpqua”

There’s no shortage of natural beauty in Roseburg. The Southern Oregon community is nestled in the “Land of Umpqua“, so residents and visitors get to enjoy internationally-acclaimed fly-fishing; spectacular scenery; a thriving wine community; picturesque covered bridges; and, outdoor activities such as river rafting, hiking and cycling.\n\nRoseburg residents also get to enjoy convenient, thorough vehicle … Continue reading April Anniversaries: 16 Years in Oregon’s “Land of Umpqua”

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