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Is Your Vehicle Winterized? Check These 9 Things to Be Sure

Winter is just around the corner, so it’s a good idea to take a little time now and make sure your vehicle is ready for the cold, and sometimes treacherous, driving conditions ahead.\n\n“You can save money and avoid dangerous winter breakdowns by properly maintaining your vehicle,” explains Don Weber, Vice President of Operations for Oil Can Henry’s. Specifically, Weber … Continue reading Is Your Vehicle Winterized? Check These 9 Things to Be Sure

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

Yakima-River Road: Very Impressed

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 … Continue reading Yakima-River Road: Very Impressed

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

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