NEWTON, Mass. — Henley Enterprises Inc., the largest franchisee of Valvoline Instant Oil Change, will donate a portion of the sales of pink wiper blades in October to the National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. (NBCF).
The blades are available at more than 175 participating Valvoline Instant Oil Change locations in 10 states.
The campaign, now in its seventh year, has raised more than $86,000 for NBCF and is hoping to reach a $100,000 milestone this year.
"The blades allow individuals who have been affected or know someone affected by breast cancer to show their support," said Don Smith, founder and CEO of Henley Enterprises.
The blades come in both traditional black with a small pink ribbon and full pink for those who wish to make a bolder statement. They fit 98 percent of cars, trucks and SUVs manufactured after 2003.
Customers who have purchased their pink wipers can enter a photo of their car with the new wipers at Speedy the Dog's Facebook page for a chance to win a year of free oil changes.
Founded in 1989, Henley Enterprises operates service centers in California, Delaware, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia