Posted August 1, 2015
We love our community, and we know you do too. That’s why we’re going the extra mile to give back!
Now at Keller Bros. Hump Day is Help Day! Every Wednesday, we will donate $5 for EVERY full-priced oil change we perform to a local charity.
To help launch this new campaign and make an even bigger impact for our community, we’re adding Thursdays too! Every time you bring in your vehicle for an oil change on a “Help Day” (Wednesday or Thursday), we will donate $5 to a select charity in our community.
In an effort to bring a positive impact and to support the causes that benefit our community, all donations will go towards a different organization each month.
- January – Denver Rescue Mission
- February – Trip for Kids Denver
- March – Denver Rescue Mission
- April – Epilepsy Foundation Colorado
- May – Broadway Assistance Center
- June – Denver Dachshund Rescue and Transport
- July – Denver Rescue Mission
- August – National Mill Dog Rescue – Community voted on our Facebook page!
Now your preventative maintenance goes even further — not only will you be able to keep your vehicle safely on the road, you’ll get more miles out of every dollar AND support our community! Know your oil change goes further on Help Day. Keller Bros. will make a $5 donation to the month’s selected charity for EVERY full-priced oil change we perform on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
If you’d like to help further, we will also be collecting additional donations from our loyal customers. (So even if you can’t get an oil change on a “Help Day,” you’ll still be able to support a worthy cause!)
Spread the word!
To make an even bigger impact in our community, we’re turning to you! Help us share the news about Help Day at Keller Bros. with your social networks! Follow Keller Bros. on Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus to connect. Be sure to share your support by using the hashtag #HumpDayisHelpDay.
Thank you for helping Keller Bros. support our community. We couldn’t do it without you.
We live here. We love it here. And we hope it shows.
Originally published Nov. 4, 2014. Updated July 1, 2015.