Quaker State Cash Recipient Receives $3,000 for Holding Onto His Vehicle for More than 300,000 Miles – UnderhoodService

Quaker State Cash Recipient Receives $3,000 for Holding Onto His Vehicle for More than 300,000 Miles

The makers of Quaker State motor oil have announced the first Quaker State Cash Back Program recipient of 2012. Honored for his dedication to the brand and its products, Paul King of Louisville, KY, has been awarded $3,000, the maximum payout amount under the program, for his commitment to Quaker State motor oil.

The makers of Quaker State motor oil have announced the first Quaker State Cash Back Program recipient of 2012. Honored for his dedication to the brand and its products, Paul King of Louisville, KY, has been awarded $3,000, the maximum payout amount under the program, for his commitment to Quaker State motor oil. King qualified by regularly using Quaker State motor oil at his vehicle’s manufacturer-recommended service intervals and hitting 300,000 miles on his 2000 Chevrolet Silverado.

Launched in June 2011, the Quaker State Cash Back Program is designed to reward consumers who use specialty Quaker State motor oils to reach 300,000 miles with the Kelley Blue Book Trade-In Value for their vehicle as listed in “Good” condition up to $3,000, subject to certain terms and conditions — and recipients get to keep their vehicles. Specialty Quaker State motor oils include Quaker State Ultimate Durability full synthetic motor oil, Quaker State Enhanced Durability synthetic blend motor oil or Quaker State Higher Mileage Engine motor oil.

The Quaker State Cash Back Program was released last year in conjunction with the updated Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program. The Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty is one of the first lubricant manufacturer programs to follow the vehicle manufacturers’ recommended oil drain intervals.

“For over 20 years now, the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty has been one of the best motor oil warranty programs on the market,” said Chris Hayek, Quaker State global brand manager. “People are keeping their vehicles longer to maximize the value of what may be their second largest investment, and the Cash Back Program is a way to provide an incentive to them for reaching 300,000 miles with the help of Quaker State specialty motor oil.”

Qualifying consumers can enroll in the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program at www.quakerstate.com. To be eligible for the Quaker State Cash Back Program, consumers must be eligible for and participate in the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program and use one of the Quaker State specialty motor oil products in the vehicle starting no later than the 100,000-mile mark. Consumers will not be eligible for the Cash Back Program if they use Quaker State conventional motor oil at or beyond the 100,000-mile mark, unless they are an existing Quaker State motor oil customer registered for the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program before June 1, 2011.

 

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