Congratulations to Seth H. of Portland, Ore.. He won two tickets to the sold-out 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game contest, courtesy of Oil Can Henry’s and Castrol. He and his guest enjoyed an exciting evening of soccer as the MLS All-Stars edged European power Bayern Munchen, 2-1.\n\nSoccer fans in the Portland, Vancouver and Salem area can commemorate the game with a limited edition MLS All-Star Game Scarf. It’s FREE with the purchase of a Famous 20-Point Full-Service Oil Change at participating Oil Can Henry’s centers and while the limited supplies last. Learn more here.
\n\nI love this place. Since moving to Longmont this is the only place I’ve gone for maintenance. The staff is always friendly and attentive. Everything is explained and filters and fluid are shown to me. I get options and feel free to ask for explanations before I pick.\n\nTwo items were not in stock, a cabin filter and a serpentine belt, but were ordered and arrived while the rest of the maintenance was being completed.\n\nI was offered a paper (had my Ipad) and water twice, which I accepted gratefully.\n\nI was there about an hour (had a lot of work done) and I never felt like the work was being hurried to get me out and another customer in. The staff really seemed to enjoy working together, which makes the whole atmosphere very comfortable. Brandon, my upper tech, was somewhat new and a real sweetheart. I heard one of the other techs explaining a procedure at one point to him – he was eager to learn and appreciative of the help and the other tech didn’t act like he had something else he’d rather being doing (very important to a customer).\n\nOverall, as always, a really enjoyable experience.\n\n~ Mary H.\nLongmont, CO
Oil Can Henry’s – Graham, WA.\n\nSkyler and Bobby were absolute professionals. They fully explained everything that was going on during the oil change in detail and listened to all of my questions.\n\nGoing to other vehicle service centers and having your car disappear into the garage has often left me questioning if the required work was actually completed.\n\nThank you so much. My family will be using your service for the foreseeable future.\n\n~ Micah G.\nGraham, WA
Gresham leaders may have a point when they say their city is “Oregon’s Best Kept Secret”. After all, most people don’t know Gresham has 1,635 fire hydrants; 116.74 miles of bike lanes; and 7,500 street lights. And, the majority of Americans are likely unaware that the city (the fourth largest in Oregon) was named after the American Civil War general, and Postmaster General, Walter Quinton Gresham\n\nThat said, there’s one thing that’s definitely not a secret in Gresham: the popularity of the local Oil Can Henry’s service center, which is owned and operated by Charlie Schwab.\n\nOne of Oil Can Henry’s first employees, Charlie has more than 30 years of vehicle maintenance and customer service experience under his belt. He understands the importance of providing quick, convenient and thorough service that people can trust, and has developed a fantastic team of friendly, hard-working technicians that know their way around a vehicle. Together, the Gresham crew has earned the loyalty of drivers throughout the Gresham area.\n\nCongratulations to Charlie and his Gresham team on 13 years of superior service. And kudos to the five other Oil Can Henry’s service centers also celebrating March anniversaries:\n
Trust your advisor at Oil Can Henry’s.\n\nI was presented with a report on my battery. It was a good battery but the advisor pointed out a concern about charging amps. I called AAA, which had installed the new battery 34 months ago. AAA came to my home and advised the battery will be replaced “under warranty”. Thanks to your staff for making me aware; it saved me from potential problems later and additional cost.\n\nThis is what keeps people coming back to Oil Can Henry’s. Service, Service, Service.\n\nMany thanks for job well done.\n\nBob H.\nSanta Cruz, CA