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Quick Truck Lube serves up sixth customer appreciation BBQ

AYR, Ont. -- Customers of Quick Truck Lube have been rewarded for their loyalty once again with a discounted oil change and a free lunch at the company's sixth annual customer appreciation barbeque July 8. The event, held at the company's Ayr,...


HOT STUFF: A pair of helpers work the grill at Quick Truck Lube's sixth annual customer appreciation BBQ. In addition to a free lunch, customers also took advantage of a $99 oil change.
HOT STUFF: A pair of helpers work the grill at Quick Truck Lube's sixth annual customer appreciation BBQ. In addition to a free lunch, customers also took advantage of a $99 oil change.

AYR, Ont. — Customers of Quick Truck Lube have been rewarded for their loyalty once again with a discounted oil change and a free lunch at the company’s sixth annual customer appreciation barbeque July 8. The event, held at the company’s Ayr, Ont. location near Cambridge, saw trucks lining up as early as 7 a.m. to take advantage of a specially-priced $99 oil change, with an estimated 100 trucks serviced by lunchtime.

“We would be nothing without the support of our customers,” said company owner Gurjinder Johal. “We appreciate you giving us your support, even during the recession. The last two to three years were really critical for us, and that is why this year was a bit of a celebration because we are coming out of the recession.”

Johal also thanked Quick Truck Lube’s vendors and the many industry reps that were present at the event, including Chevron, Shell, Mobil, Castrol, Mack, Peterbilt, Fleetguard, Cummins Eastern Canada, Peterbilt, Mack and Kenworth.

“Everyone is facing a challenging economy with the crude oil and we try to have competitive pricing in the future as we have done in the past,” he said. “We will try to keep it even better in the future.”


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