Keep Your Fingers Clean Giveaway - $35 Giftcard

You need your oil changed. You really do. And Jiffy Lube wants to be a part of it.

When I was growing up, my dad changed our car's oil, I don't remember ever going to a place to do it, it just wasn't something we would consider. I vaguely remember him showing me how to do it once, but it's really not that expensive to go someplace and why would you want to get all dirty and greasy if you don't have to? Grease doesn't just rinse off your hands, ya know? You need special soap and sometimes a little hand brush? No, no thank you.

And with this giveaway--you really don't have to! It's a free oil change (or close to it maybe)!!

With the informative Web site http://www.motoroilmatters.org/ (created by the maker of industry-leading brands Pennzoil and Quaker State) you can easily locate key information about how quality motor oils can help prolong your engine’s life and improve overall efficiency, as well as help answer other questions you may have about motor oil. In addition, the site offers a fun, educational game for you to play called “M.O.M. Knows Best” where you can put your motor mind to the test with an interactive quiz.

Did you know:

  • According to a recent survey from the Automotive Service Association, more than 54 percent of customers who take their vehicles for service and repair are women

  • Using a high-quality motor oil in the right grade can help maximize fuel economy

  • Low-quality oils that do not meet industry standards or the vehicle manufacturer’s requirements could cost consumers in the long run by potentially damaging the vehicle’s engine or possibly voiding the manufacturer’s warranty

  • Another reason to look to a high-quality motor oil – like Pennzoil and Quaker State - is that it is designed to meet the demands of today’s engines

The Prize: One $35.00 gift card for Jiffy Lube


To enter:

Visit the http://www.motoroilmatters.org/ website and leave a comment telling me something. Anything at all from the site. Easy enough.



Extra entries:

Leave an extra comment if you follow/subscribe to my blog.
Leave an extra comment if you entered any of my other current giveaways (there's a link to my giveaway page at the top of the page).
Leave an extra comment if you blog about this giveaway (and leave the link to the giveaway post).



Giveaway closes on May 29th at midnight.
Winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email.

Please make sure you have a public profile or leave your email address in your comment. If I can't contact you-you can't win!!

MotorOilMatters.org and MyBlogSpark provided this giveaway and I will receive the same prize. In complying with the FTC, FDA, PETA, and the mafia guidelines-I must disclose that I received this as well. Thanks ya'll!

126 comments:

  1. Brandy said...:

    I took the quiz and got 100%. Smarty pants dance

  1. nape said...:

    I learned that the "W" in motor oil names stands for "winter," not "weight," as many people believe.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  1. nape said...:

    I follow your blog with Google Friend Connect.

  1. nape said...:

    I entered your Box Tops for Education giveaway.

  1. Brian Miller said...:

    i learned the difference between higher quality and lower quality oil...

  1. Amber said...:

    I got a 5 out of 7 on the quiz. Still have a lot to learn!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

  1. Amber said...:

    I follow your blog!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  1. Amber said...:

    I entered your American Express giveaway!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  1. Rebecca Graham said...:

    I learned the W in motor oil stands for winter and not weight.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

  1. agordon10 said...:

    They have a quiz you can take.

  1. MissyBecker said...:

    I learned that for most cars you should use synthetic oil.

  1. MissyBecker said...:

    Entered your box top giveaway

  1. Anonymous said...:

    cdziuba@aol.com I learned when I really should change my oil!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    subscriber cdziuba@aol.com

  1. Anonymous said...:

    cdziuba@aol.com entered Motor Oil Matters

  1. Aunt Juicebox said...:

    I learned that oil helps keep the engine clean! I always thought it was just a lubricant. I actually need to get an oil change soon. My dad used to always change ours too, but we're not allowed to do vehicle maintenance in our lot, so I have never bothered to learn how to do it myself.

  1. sarah said...:

    for most cars, synthetic oil is fine.

  1. Nicole said...:

    I learned that the W on motor oil stands for winter!

  1. llinda29 said...:

    I like the game section

  1. Anonymous said...:

    I learned I don't know much--I only got 4/7 on the quiz!

    Christie
    ropp(dot)5@wright(dot)edu

  1. chromiumman said...:

    synthetic oil is just fine for most cars

    chromiumman (at) mail (dot) com

  1. Kia89 said...:

    I learned that the "W" in motor oil names stands for "winter," not "weight,".
    austma7@aol.com

  1. carma said...:

    I learned there is not a 'universal' oil change interval: Each vehicle manufacturer tests its own vehicles to determine the proper drain interval

  1. carma said...:

    entered amex giveaway

  1. Heather said...:

    Hubby and I cange our own oil, only difference is I wear kitchen gloves.

  1. Jennifer said...:

    I learned the W stands for winter, not weight as many people believe

  1. Jennifer said...:

    I follow via google friend connect

  1. Jennifer said...:

    I entered your Box Tops for Education giveaway

  1. hale2005 said...:

    Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine.

    One thing I saw on the site.

    hellrzr(at)juno(dot)com

  1. erin m. said...:

    Check your automobile owner's manual for how long until your next oil change!
    (panicxduh@yahoo.com)

  1. erin m. said...:

    Following the blog via GFC.
    (panicxduh@yahoo.com)

  1. erin m. said...:

    e-mail subscriber.
    (panicxduh@yahoo.com)

  1. erin m. said...:

    I entered the $25 giftcard giveaway!
    (panicxduh@yahoo.com)

  1. sweetsue said...:

    W stands for winter not weight.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  1. Pixie said...:

    I got 70 points on the quiz!

    Sweetimpishpixie(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  1. Pixie said...:

    I follow on google friend connect!

    Sweetimpishpixie(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  1. Pixie said...:

    I entered the boxtop giveaway

    Sweetimpishpixie(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  1. clynsg said...:

    I learned some things about synthetic oils from the site.

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

  1. clynsg said...:

    Google friend follower

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

  1. clynsg said...:

    Entered the General Mills giveaway.

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

  1. Karen said...:

    I learned that W stands for winter and not weight like I always thought.

  1. Tracy R said...:

    Many automobile manufacturers recommend oils that carry the API Certification Mark (“Starburst”).

  1. LAMusing said...:

    synthetic oil outperforms conventional oil (but don't use it in a Mazda rotory engine - which is what I have)

  1. LAMusing said...:

    I entered Window Clings

  1. lisa said...:

    I learned that Regular oil changes are one of the most important things that can be done to help extend the life of an engine. msmith572@yahoo.com

  1. lisa said...:

    Email subscriber. msmith572@yahoo.com

  1. leandrew said...:

    I learned that The American Petroleum Institute (API) announced recently that it will assume the leadership role in Motor Oil Matters from Penzoil-Quaker State Company (PQS), with the goal of expanding the success of the industry and consumer initiative!

    Thanks for the chance to win and good luck to all!

    leandrew_taylor@yahoo.com

  1. Amanda said...:

    I learned that stop and go driving is considered severe for servicing. I didn't know that it mattered.
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

  1. Amanda said...:

    I follow on GFC
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

  1. Amanda said...:

    I entered the box tops amex giveaway
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

  1. samsakara said...:

    I learned that Severe driving is when you stop-and-go driving, frequent high-speed driving and short trips.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

  1. Katy said...:

    I had no idea that the W stands for in motor oil names stands for winter. Not a clue.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!!! :)

    kmorris at wildcatdiscovery dot com

  1. Katy said...:

    I follow with Google Friend Connect as katygmorris.

    Thanks!!! :)

    kmorris at wildcatdiscovery dot com

  1. Katy said...:

    I'm an email subscriber.

    Thanks!!! :)

    kmorris at wildcatdiscovery dot com

  1. Katy said...:

    I entered the Box Tops giveaway.

    Thanks!!! :)

    kmorris at wildcatdiscovery dot com

  1. Barbarawr said...:

    I learned that Full synthetic motor oils typically outperform conventional and synthetic blend motor oils in nearly all aspects of engine protection.

  1. deedleweedle said...:

    I learned that the W stands for winter.

  1. I got 100% on the quiz. I'm so proud of myself.

    charisscharity at yahoo dot com

  1. Follow your blog.

    ccboobooy/charity


    charisscharity at yahoo dot com

  1. I entered the $25 American Express Gift Card.


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  1. Annette D said...:

    I took the quiz and made 100%!
    I always thought the W stood for weight when in fact it stands for winter!
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

  1. Annette D said...:

    I am following via Google Friend Connect
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

  1. LittleEagle said...:

    I learned that city driving is considered severe driving.

    sharonaquilino at hotmail dot com

  1. Anonymous said...:

    nice 6 out of 7, since i have royal purple in my car since last summer, this would help.. lol

  1. tomservo56954 said...:

    I never realized the W in an oil's description meant "winter" and not "weight"

    Paul
    tomservo56954@comcast.net

  1. Frank C said...:

    Check your automobile owner's manual for how long until your next oil change!
    iisthtm.verizon@spamgourmet.com

  1. heaventrees said...:

    I took the quiz and got 100%.

  1. heaventrees said...:

    I follow on Google Friend Connect. (Christie)

  1. pattycake said...:

    LEARNED •Full synthetic motor oils typically outperform conventional and synthetic blend motor oils in nearly all aspects of engine protection

  1. pattycake said...:

    FOLLOW YOU ON GOGGLE

  1. Laura said...:

    I learned that switching between synthetic and conventional oil will not cause any harm to engines as long as both individual oils meet the engine manufacturer’s requirements as listed in the owner’s manual.

  1. idahomom said...:

    They have a page that tells you what type of oil to put in your car.

  1. Deb said...:

    I learned that the "W in motor oil names stands for winter, not weight as many people believe. I did not know that and found that very interesting. Thanks for the giveaway.

  1. Deb said...:

    i follow your blog with google friend connect

  1. Hotsnotty2 said...:

    I learned that the "W" in motor oil names stands for Winter not Weight, thanks!

    Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

  1. iplaytrack1224 said...:

    Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
    Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
    =]

  1. Jenna Wood said...:

    I took the quiz and got a 70!
    six_one_nine_girlie86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  1. Jenna Wood said...:

    I follow!
    six_one_nine_girlie86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  1. Anonymous said...:

    The W in motor oil names stands for winter, not weight! Who knew?! I guess I never really gave it much thought before now.
    zgoncfamily(at)gmail(dot)com

  1. Daniel M said...:

    got 100% on the quiz, easy - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  1. Jolynn_Reads said...:

    I found out thicker oil doesn't always means better. Check your owners manual for what is best for your car.
    Jolynn_Reads@yahoo.com

  1. Jolynn_Reads said...:

    I follow the blog
    Jolynn_Reads@yahoo.com

  1. Go Bronson! said...:

    Motor Oil Matters is your resource for clear, concise, and insightful information! :)

    Jordan B

    oneadem@gmail.com

  1. Melissa B. said...:

    The correct oil change interval is the one recommended by the engine manufacturer for your individual driving conditions.It is printed in the vehicle owner’s manual.

  1. singermagic1 said...:

    got to be the W thing, all my driving life I had thought it meant weight but I learned it stands for winter
    singermagic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

  1. Pamela S said...:

    I took the quiz and scored 100% (70 points)
    I need an oil change!! Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  1. Fine Insanity said...:

    I learned that Each vehicle manufacturer tests its own vehicles to determine the proper drain interval.
    Thanks!
    fineinsanity at live dot com

  1. Fine Insanity said...:

    I follow your blog on GFC (Fine Insanity)

    fineinsanity at live dot com

  1. i was really surprised to learn the "W' applied to motor oils means winter, I always thought it meant weight.

  1. Jinxy and Me said...:

    I learned that W stands for winter.

  1. Jinxy and Me said...:

    I'm following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

  1. shiloh said...:

    The importance of following your manufacturers recommendations concerning oil changes.

  1. kytah00 said...:

    IT REALLY DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE OF WHICH OIL YOU PUT IN YOUR CAR

    TO WIN THIS WOULD TRULY BE A BLESSING

    kytah00@yahoo.com

  1. Trina said...:

    I took the quiz and scored 70/70.

    couponsiwant(at)verizon(dot)net

  1. Mel said...:

    i learned that Synthetic oils are typically formulated with the requirements of the auto manufacturers in mind, and so if used in accordance with the owner’s manual, synthetic oils will not void warranties.

  1. Nicole said...:

    I learned that the W in the motor oil brand actually stands for winter and not weight.

    pittsy82@hotmail.com

  1. Nicole said...:

    I follow via Google Connect

    pittsy82@hotmail.com

  1. Nicole said...:

    I subscribe via email

    pittsy82@hotmail.com

  1. susan1215 said...:

    I learned that the "W" in motor oil names stands for winter, not weight

  1. Erica C. said...:

    I like that you can answer a few questions to determine which oil is best for your specific car.

  1. Anonymous said...:

    W stands for winter
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

  1. ShesAnAngel said...:

    I visited Motor Oil Matters and I like that they have a tool to help you select the correct oil for you automobile!

    justine417@comcast.net

  1. ShesAnAngel said...:

    I am following you via google connect

    justine417
    justine417@comcast.net

  1. slehan said...:

    I saw that they have an interactive quiz that tells you exactly which oil for your specific car. Thanks for the contest.

  1. Ardy22 said...:

    One fact that I learned is that the "w" stands for winter and not weight that so many people believe.


    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  1. Ardy22 said...:

    follow google friend connect

    ardy22

  1. Ardy22 said...:

    blogged

    http://ardy22.blogspot.com/2010/05/keep-your-fingers-clean-giveaway-35.html

  1. throuthehaze said...:

    The W in motor oil names actually stands for Winter
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

  1. brianpiero said...:

    Thanks for the giveaway...there is a useful online tool on the M.O.M. website, top of the page, called "Choosing Oil Matters" that can assist you in choosing the correct oil for your particular make-model-year of vehicle.

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

  1. Betty C said...:

    I learned that you should go by the guidelines in your owner's manual.

  1. Betty C said...:

    I follow with google friend connect.

  1. Nancy S. said...:

    I learned that not every car needs an oil change at the same time and you should check your owner's manual.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  1. Nancy S. said...:

    I follow your blog with google friend.

  1. w stands for winter!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

  1. lilyk said...:

    I learned that severe use typically includes stop-and-go driving, frequent high-speed driving and short trips.

  1. lilyk said...:

    I subscribed to your blog.

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