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July Anniversaries: Celebrating Five Years in Spokane

Oil Can Henry's, 12108 N. Division Street in SpokaneAs 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 Can Henry’s center in the “Lilac City”. The Davisson’s thriving center may be seven miles from Riverfront Park but its location in front of the Wandermere Fred Meyer on Division Street has proven extremely popular.\n\nBob, Barb and their crew of friendly, trained technicians quickly won over local drivers and paved the way for three more Oil Can Henry’s centers in the area — 411 S. Thor Street, 5220 W. Lowell Avenue, and 124 W. Hanley Avenue in Coeur d’Alene. So, no matter where you find yourself in Spokane, there’s likely an Oil Can Henry’s nearby.\n\nOur congratulations to Bob, Barb and their crew on five great years in Spokane and to the other eight Oil Can Henry’s celebrating July anniversaries:\n