The Kent Companies have been a staple in the Permian Basin for many many years, with many companies serving the area to making a difference in the community. In 1978, the Kent Companies opened one of their signature brands with fast oil change stores that quickly grew throughout the Permian Basin.

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The Kent Companies opened their first fast oil change facility in 1978 and to celebrate that they are offering their customers oil changes for $19.78 for a full synthetic oil change. $19.78 Synthetic Oil change( up to 5 quarts)  will only be offered at the Kent Lube location at 1605 Rankin Hwy in Midland from 10-2 tomorrow. The normal price for a full synthetic oil change is $80 and up. This will only happen at the Kent Lube location and again only from 10 am -2 pm.

Kent Lube is all about customer service. First of all, they don't make you wait in your hot car, they invite you and start you off with a refreshing beverage. They have industry-leading waiting areas with kids' play areas and work areas. They also do complimentary window cleaning, vacuum floorboards, air tires, and more. I love the fact they take care of the entire vehicle. If you don't want to mess with getting new wiper blades, let Kent Lube take care of them for you.

If you are looking for a great company to work for, apply with the Kent Companies online or you can apply at their corporate office on Big Spring Street in Midland. They offer great benefits packages and weekly pay.   They also offer tuition reimbursement.

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