Free oil change for veterans

Veterans across B.C. – including on the Semiahmoo Peninsula – can get their vehicle's oil changed for free this week.

Veterans across B.C. – including on the Semiahmoo Peninsula – can get their vehicle’s oil changed for free this week.

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, all Mr. Lube locations across the province (including in South Surrey, at 2299 King George Blvd., and further north, at 7030 King George Blvd.) will offer free oil changes to veterans.

“The women and men who choose to serve Canada deserve our respect. They have earned it through years of service to the ideals and values that make up Canadian society,” said Vancouver-area Mr. Lube franchise owner David Ticknor. “It’s the least we can do to show our appreciation.”

To receive the free oil change, veterans or current military members must provide service ID or have a B.C. Veterans license plate. For a full list of store locations, visit www.mrlube.com

 

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