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Oil change franchise renews MOM certification

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WASHINGTON (March 13, 2014) — Motor Oil Matters (MOM) has renewed the annual certification for Bradzoil 10 Minute Change, a motor oil installer franchise with six American Petroleum Institute (API)-approved locations in Texas.

Motor Oil Matters is a consumer education and industry watchdog program run by the American Petroleum Institute, established to stress the benefits of quality motor oils and to ensure drivers get the right motor oil for their cars and trucks.

To continue being a MOM-certified motor oil installer, Bradzoil representatives were required to demonstrate that they were meeting all API chain-of-custody standards.

“We already strive to deliver the best quality and service, but earning the MOM certification for another year provides our consumers with added peace-of-mind when it comes to their vehicle,” said Alex Mata, director of operations for Bradzoil 10 Minute Change.

“Having our lube centers MOM-certified not only instills consumer confidence in our business, but also provides us with added value in the marketplace against the competition.… It’s a win-win situation.”

For more information concerning Motor Oil Matters or to enroll in the program, visit the MOM website.

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