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March Anniversaries: 23 Years in The World’s Salad Bowl

Salinas, Calif., is a busy community, buzzing with the type of activity you’d expect from a region that supplies 80% of our nation’s lettuce and artichokes.\n\nKnown as “The Salad Bowl of The World”, the Salinas Valley is home to a massive $2 billion agriculture industry that grows and processes lettuce, broccoli, mushrooms, strawberries and other … Continue reading March Anniversaries: 23 Years in The World’s Salad Bowl

February Anniversaries: 12 Years in Eugene

There are many good reasons Eugene is known as “Track Town USA”. Home to some of the most passionate running fans in the world, the city has served as the birthplace of Nike, witnessed the rise to fame of Coos Bay native Steve Prefontaine, and hosted five Olympic track and field trials.\n\nThis beautiful Willamette Valley community is also … Continue reading February Anniversaries: 12 Years in Eugene

Oil Can Henry’s Employees Praised as Heroes for Quick Response to Fire

When they went to work at Oil Can Henry’s in Silverton, Ore., last Friday, Brian Baumann, Randy Tucker and Aaron Woods didn’t expect to end the day as heroes. But that’s exactly what happened as the trio acted quickly to help contain an apartment fire across the street from their service center. In the process, … Continue reading Oil Can Henry’s Employees Praised as Heroes for Quick Response to Fire

Sweet! Oil Can Henry’s in College Place Honored for Exceptional Customer Service

We’re excited to announce that Oil Can Henry’s in College Place, WA, has been honored for its exceptional customer service! \nOwner Sid West and his team of friendly, trained technicians were recognized at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 6th Annual Business Awards Showcase on September 19. A story about the awards in the local Union-Bulletin … Continue reading Sweet! Oil Can Henry’s in College Place Honored for Exceptional Customer Service

Happy 20th Anniversary to Oil Can Henry’s in Sammamish!

Many Oil Can Henry’s service centers enjoy a long history in the communities they serve. But the case of our Sammamish center is particularly unique. You see, the center is seven years older than the city it calls home.\n\nWin Maynard opened his Oil Can Henry’s service center on 228th Avenue N.E. in 1992, when the unincorporated area 21 miles … Continue reading Happy 20th Anniversary to Oil Can Henry’s in Sammamish!

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