Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Jiffy Lube $35 Gift Card Giveaway...


April is both National Car Care
and National Informed Women
Month and a perfect
opportunity to get empowered
to care for your car! Did you
know that in the United States
the average age of cars and
light trucks on the roads today
has reached a record high of
9.4 years? That means it’s
more important than ever
to take proper care of your vehicle.

With the informative Web site
www.MotorOilMatters.org
(created by the maker of
industry-leading brands Pennzoil
and Quaker State) you can
easily locate key information
about how quality motor oils
can help prolong your engine’s life
and improve overall efficiency,
as well as help answer other
questions you may have about
motor oil. In addition, the site
offers a fun, educational game
for you to play called “M.O.M.
Knows Best” where you can put
your motor mind to the
test with an interactive quiz.



Did you know?

According to a recent survey from

the Automotive Service Association,

more than 54 percent of customers

who take their vehicles for service

and repair are women


Using a high-quality motor oil in the

right grade can help maximize fuel economy

Low-quality oils that do not meet industry

standards or the vehicle manufacturer’s

requirements could cost consumers in the

long run by potentially damaging the

vehicle’s engine or possibly voiding the

manufacturer’s warranty


Another reason to look to a high-quality

motor oil like Pennzoil and Quaker State -

is that it is designed to meet the demands

of today's engines!


Now here's the really exciting part...

Thanks to MyBlogSpark I get to give a
lucky winner a $35 gift card to Jiffy Lube!


To win...

Visit
http://www.motoroilmatters.org
and leave me a
comment telling
me something you learned 5 entries


Tweet about this 1 entry daily
Follow my blogs 1 entry per blog
Follow me on Twitter here 1 entry
Add my buttons to your blog 1 entry each

Click on my Positive Thoughts Button and comment
(1 entry daily by clicking here)


Blog about the giveaw
ay and leave me a link 5 entries
(please leave a comment for each entry)

Giveaway ends on Tues. May 4th, 2010.

(MotorOilMatters.org and Shell Lubricants provided me with a gift card and information through MyBlogSpark
MotorOilMatters.org and Sell Lubricants)

Disclaimer:

*I do not receive any money for my posts. I do however receive the review products at no charge to evaluate and express my opinion.*

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Elliot + Brandy Wilson said...

I learned that oil can become contaminated with particles.

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Phyllis said...

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Phyllis said...

Ok, I need this for my Mini Cooper. It's always eating oil. Hungry little car :)

Anna said...

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Elliot + Brandy Wilson said...

I learned that oil can become contaminated with particles.

--Brandy
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Elliot + Brandy Wilson said...

I learned that oil can become contaminated with particles.

--Brandy
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Elliot + Brandy Wilson said...

I learned that oil can become contaminated with particles.

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Elliot + Brandy Wilson said...

I learned that oil can become contaminated with particles.

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Debbie said...

I would love to win

Eileen said...

The "W" in motor oil names stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.
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Eileen said...

The "W" in motor oil names stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.
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Eileen said...

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The Worthy's said...

I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine.
Changing your oil will remove harmful contaminants and dirt that have been collected in the oil.

#1

Jessica said...

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Jessica said...

I learned that "Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry."
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Jessica said...

I learned that "Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry."
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Jessica said...

I learned that "Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry."
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Jessica said...

I learned that "Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry."
#2

The Worthy's said...

I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine. Changing your oil will remove harmful contaminants and dirt that have been collected in the oil.

#5

Jessica said...

I learned that "Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry."
#1

The Worthy's said...

I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine. Changing your oil will remove harmful contaminants and dirt that have been collected in the oil.

#4

The Worthy's said...

I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine. Changing your oil will remove harmful contaminants and dirt that have been collected in the oil.

#3

The Worthy's said...

I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine. Changing your oil will remove harmful contaminants and dirt that have been collected in the oil.

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Rachy Maree said...

I visited. I didn't know you can switch between regular and synthetic oil.

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I visited. I didn't know you can switch between regular and synthetic oil.

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I visited. I didn't know you can switch between regular and synthetic oil.

Rachy Maree said...

I visited. I didn't know you can switch between regular and synthetic oil.

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I visited. I didn't know you can switch between regular and synthetic oil.

The Worthy's said...

Commented on Positive Thoughts

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I have your button.

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etirv said...

#2 I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

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etirv said...

#1 I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

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etirv said...

#3 I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

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#5 I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

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#4 I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

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Melissa said...

im a follower!

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CindyWindy2003 said...

#1 I learned that, "Switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines." carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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#2 I learned that, "Switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines." carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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#5 I learned that, "Switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines." carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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#4 I learned that, "Switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines." carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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#3 I learned that, "Switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines." carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

CindyWindy2003 said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

#4 blogged at http://cindywindylovesblogsnfrogs.blogspot.com/2010/04/235-jiffy-lube-gift-card.html
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CindyWindy2003 said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

#2 blogged at http://cindywindylovesblogsnfrogs.blogspot.com/2010/04/235-jiffy-lube-gift-card.html
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Susan Brady said...

I am a follower! Love yoru sight!

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I found out that even though I thought I was a careful driver my style of short trips and frequent stop and starts puts me in the hazardous driving catagory. Who would have thought!

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Clicked your positive thought button and posted comment 4/25!

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Jennifer said...

I learned that The API Service Symbol (“Donut”) and API Certification Mark (“Starburst”) identifies quality engine oils for many gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles #1

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I learned that The API Service Symbol (“Donut”) and API Certification Mark (“Starburst”) identifies quality engine oils for many gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles #5

Jennifer said...

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Jennifer said...

I learned that The API Service Symbol (“Donut”) and API Certification Mark (“Starburst”) identifies quality engine oils for many gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles #3

Jennifer said...

I learned that The API Service Symbol (“Donut”) and API Certification Mark (“Starburst”) identifies quality engine oils for many gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles #2

lisanne said...

You should use the right oil for your engine, it will be in the owner's manual. You shouldn't switch to different thicknesses.

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lisanne said...

You should use the right oil for your engine, it will be in the owner's manual. You shouldn't switch to different thicknesses.

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lisanne said...

You should use the right oil for your engine, it will be in the owner's manual. You shouldn't switch to different thicknesses.

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lisanne said...

You should use the right oil for your engine, it will be in the owner's manual. You shouldn't switch to different thicknesses.

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lisanne said...

I follow.

lisanne said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

http://twitter.com/carafferty/status/12895005096
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Jennifer said...

I tweeted: https://twitter.com/jkgorcery/status/12909024951

Robert said...

Contrary to (pardon my language) old wives tales synthetic oil will not cause seals to leak
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Robert said...

Contrary to (pardon my language) old wives tales synthetic oil will not cause seals to leak
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Robert said...

Contrary to (pardon my language) old wives tales synthetic oil will not cause seals to leak
rslebron at live dot com

Robert said...

Contrary to (pardon my language) old wives tales synthetic oil will not cause seals to leak
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Robert said...

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ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

#1

guess I read some of the same...I have never heard of the starburst symbol before & that it means...

Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry.

i actually know how to change my own oil and think it is fun...but I had no idea what the W meant either. Ya learn something every day!

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

#5

guess I read some of the same...I have never heard of the starburst symbol before & that it means...

Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry.

i actually know how to change my own oil and think it is fun...but I had no idea what the W meant either. Ya learn something every day!

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

#4
guess I read some of the same...I have never heard of the starburst symbol before & that it means...

Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry.

i actually know how to change my own oil and think it is fun...but I had no idea what the W meant either. Ya learn something every day!

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

#3

guess I read some of the same...I have never heard of the starburst symbol before & that it means...

Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry.

i actually know how to change my own oil and think it is fun...but I had no idea what the W meant either. Ya learn something every day!

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

2


guess I read some of the same...I have never heard of the starburst symbol before & that it means...

Oils displaying the Starburst meet performance requirements set by many U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry.

i actually know how to change my own oil and think it is fun...but I had no idea what the W meant either. Ya learn something every day!

thanks much!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com said...

i follow you on twitter!

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Eileen

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CindyWindy2003 said...

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etirv said...

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Robert said...

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Sarah Osborne said...

I learned that "Each vehicle manufacturer tests its own vehicles to determine the proper drain interval."

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Sarah Osborne said...

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Sarah Osborne said...

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Sarah Osborne said...

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Robert said...

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CindyWindy2003 said...

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ColleenMarie82 said...

I Learned: What does the "W" stands for in motor oil names?
It stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.


inman@Mobap.edu

ColleenMarie82 said...

I Learned: What does the "W" stands for in motor oil names?
It stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.


inman@Mobap.edu

ColleenMarie82 said...

I Learned: What does the "W" stands for in motor oil names?
It stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.


inman@Mobap.edu

ColleenMarie82 said...

I Learned: What does the "W" stands for in motor oil names?
It stands for winter, not weight as many people believe.


inman@Mobap.edu

ColleenMarie82 said...

I follow you on Twitter as Halleelujahmom

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ColleenMarie82 said...

I follow Book Giveaways

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ColleenMarie82 said...

I follow Trying to Stay Calm

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