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Published 07:00 AM, Thu August 11, 2016

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There is nothing that we could ever say or do to fully convey the gratitude owed to America’s finest—the the brave men and women in uniform who sacrifice so much to keep all of us safe. However, Meineke does have one way to show support for the Armed Forces, and we’d like to invite our customers to join in. We’re calling this the Service for Service campaign, and it runs through the end of August. You can participate at the Meineke website, and your involvement will directly benefit veterans and those currently serving.

Here’s how it works: To participate, all you have to do is make a $5 donation. Again, that donation goes directly to the support of our folks in uniform. You can make your donation here, either via credit card or PayPal. From there, you’ll receive a voucher, which is worth $5 off your next oil change service. All you have to do is take that voucher to your local Meineke shop for your next regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance, and we’ll take that $5 off your tab.

It’s an incredibly simple way to say thank you to those who do so much for us—and at Meineke, we want to make it as easy and rewarding as possible. We invite you to donate today, and print your voucher. Encourage your friends and loved ones to do the same. And don’t forget to schedule your appointment for an oil change service, or just come on down to Meineke when you’re ready.

  • Laura A. Serrone

    We were given a ‘raincheck’ with a tracking number on Veterans day because there were alot of Vets who had come to get an oil change also. I called today to set an appointment but was told that the RAIN CHECK WOULD NOT BE HONORED because someone in the area had made photo copies and people were turning them in. Even though my Rain Check has a TRACKING NUMBER on it, they still WON’T HONOR it. THANKS FOR NOTHING!! Now I don’t TRUST MEINEKE. Very frustrating!.

  • Candace Mefford

    Went to the meineke in tacoma washington on south tacoma way on veterans day and was totally appalled at the managers behavior. First, I waited in line (no problem) I get to the counter I tell the manager I’m there for the veteran’s oil change, he doesn’t even look up and says well are you really a veteran. I had my veterans I’d card in hand I say yes he pushes a list towards me I put my name on it and he says it will be a while, so I say ok. After waiting over 1 and a half I go in to check on the wait and I get back to the counter again and ask about how much longer, again well are you really a veteran comment. I say yes my name is on the list he is very rude and say where I point it out and he says you are looking at 4-5 hours, I was like wow he then says well I didn’t want this anyway, and people were here at 6 am maybe if you had wanted it done you could have been here then. Beyond words for this. Won’t recommend this to anyone.

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