Quaker State Rewards Driver For Brand Loyalty With Cash Back

Quaker State Rewards Driver For Brand Loyalty With Cash Back

Wisconsin resident cashes in on warranty bonus after reaching 300,000 miles on his 2001 Chevy Tahoe.

HOUSTON – Wisconsin native William Last is the newest recipient of the Quaker State Cash Back Program. Last’s loyal use of Quaker State products in his vehicle earned him $2,500.
Last qualified for the cash reward after hitting the 300,000 mile mark in his 2001 Chevy Tahoe and by providing proof of regular oil changes using Quaker State products purchased at his local Menards home-improvement store. And the best part? He keeps his truck on top of the bonus.
“As a man who logs a lot of travel miles on the road, my vehicle plays a pivotal role in my life, getting me to and from different locations,” said William Last, Quaker State Cash Back Program recipient. “I have always been a firm supporter of getting the most out of my investment and, with Quaker State products, I have been able to keep my vehicle running strong, long and reliably… not to mention the cash I’m getting in return!”
Last has been a loyal and regular guest of Menards home-improvement stores, consistently purchasing Quaker State, one of the industry’s most innovative motor oil brands, for his Tahoe.
Launched in June 2011, the Quaker State Cash Back Program was created to reward loyal consumers with the U.S. Kelley Blue Book Trade-In Value for their vehicle, with a maximum allotted payout of $3,000. Selected recipients of the bonus qualify after providing proof of the use of eligible Quaker State motor oils and an odometer that reads 300,000 miles.
“Quaker State makes it its mission to provide motorists with products that not only offer the value that they desire and expect, but we also put a high value on those who pledge their loyalty to our brand,” said Gita Gidwani, Quaker State global brand manager. “The Quaker State Cash Back Program reflects our gratitude and appreciation to our consumers, showing that, with Quaker State, loyalty goes both ways.”
The Quaker State Cash Back Program is open to Quaker State motor oil customers who are eligible for and have registered to participate in the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program. To qualify for the program, motorists must consistently use an eligible Quaker State motor oil product, including Quaker State Enhanced Durability motor oil, Quaker State Defy for Higher Mileage Engines and Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic motor oil, starting no later than 100,000 miles. The Quaker State Lubricant Limited Warranty takes effect six months after the first eligible purchase of Quaker State motor oil.
The Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty protects 15 engine parts from lubricant-related failure and provides motorists’ vehicles with coverage for up to 10 years or 300,000 miles, whichever comes first. The Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty is free to qualifying consumers who use Quaker State motor oil products. To qualify, consumers’ vehicles must have been manufactured within the last 72 months and have been driven 75,000 miles or less at the time of enrollment.
For more information about the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty Program, Cash Back Program and the full line of Quaker State products, visit www.quakerstate.com.

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