Pro hockey players help with wash's grand opening
STITTSVILLE, OTTAWA, CANADA ― Professional hockey players Chris Neil and Matt Carkner of the Ottawa Senators were on hand to help celebrate the grand opening of the brand new Oil Changers facility which is a multi-profit center that includes a quick lube, carwash and pet wash, EMC news reported.
The June 14 story said both players sat outside last Saturday and signed autographs and greeted everyone who waited in line.
There was also a barbecue, a raffle, face painting and an inflated slide to help celebrate the occassion.
Oil Changers now has 26 locations in Ottawa, but this is the first one with a pet wash. President Thomas Marin decided to include a pet wash after learning of their popularity at recent trade show conventions. Marin said this location, which is owned by Vice President Jon Marin, will serve as a model for future sites.
The chain works hard to give back to the community, and it also does its part to help the environment.