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Front-line and essential workers can get The Works® Oil Change, for FREE courtesy of Ford Pass Rewards

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Front-line and essential workers can get The Works®, courtesy of FordPass Rewards™.

We appreciate all those who've courageously served our communities during the COVID-19 crisis. For that, we're treating them to The Works,* which includes an Oil Change, Vehicle Checkup and more, at participating dealerships and Quick Lane® Tire & Auto Center locations.

Be sure to complete service or claim it by June 30. If you claim it, you can use it at a later date.

The Works* includes a Synthetic Blend Oil Change, Tire Rotation, Vehicle Checkup and more, at participating dealerships and Quick Lane® Tire & Auto Center locations.

See the link below for the full details
https://pages.email-ford.com/the-...l-workers/

For Non-Ford Vehicles
If you do not own a Ford vehicle, you will need to skip the VIN registration on the initial sign-up, but you can add it later to MyGarage through your FordPass login. Thanks Stars09
http://www.lakelandautoblog.com/f...es-as-well

Email seems to be full. You can try doing it to see if you get a response with an error. Still working at the dealership in person till 6/30.
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Last Edited by qwe1234 May 28, 2020 at 10:33 PM
Qualifying job categories:
Healthcare
Including patient care, public health, medical equipment and supplies workers; hospital and lab employees; and researchers, caregivers and therapists.

First Responders
Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and employees/team members of the systems that support them.

Food and Agriculture
Employees at grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, and food processing and warehouses, as well as food service and food manufacturing workers and farmers.

Energy
Those in the maintenance and distribution of electricity, petroleum, and natural or propane gas.

Water and Sanitation
All employees needed to manage and maintain drinking water as well as drainage infrastructure.

Transportation and Logistics
Those supporting transportation, including dispatchers, drivers, and maintenance and repair technicians. Also includes postal and delivery workers.

Public Workers
All who support the operation and maintenance of essential public works facilities (roads, bridges, traffic signals and systems infrastructure).

Manufacturing
All employees responsible for producing materials and products required for medical supply chains and transportation.

Communications/IT
Those involved in the installation, distribution and maintenance of communication infrastructures, and IT employees who operate and support command centers.

Government Operations
Critical government workers, as defined by the employer, including elections personnel, building employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, customs workers and educators.

Financial Services
All employees needed to administer and maintain systems for processing financial transactions and services at banking and lending institutions.

Hazardous Materials
Employees at nuclear facilities who manage medical waste and waste from pharmaceuticals, laboratories processing test kits, and medical material production. Also, those responsible for the cleanup of waste and the maintenance of digital systems infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

Defense
Those who support, manage and maintain the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and the U.S. military.

Chemical Management
All employees who support chemical and industrial gas supply chains at manufacturing plants, labs and distribution facilities producing hand sanitizers, food/food additives, pharmaceuticals and paper products.







Membership in FPR is only open to individuals; companies, groups and organizations cannot be members. You must have a valid email address at the time of enrollment. Your FordPass account email address may only be associated with one FPR member and one membership account ("FPR Account"). Individuals may not have multiple memberships. However, a household may have more than one membership. Individuals who have the same permanent address are members of the same household ("Household"). Memberships cannot be merged or transferred. You may register an eligible vehicle with your FPR Account. Only vehicles which are owned by a member of your Household may be registered to your FPR Account.

Your FordPass Rewards Points balance expires and is forfeited when you have not earned Points, redeemed Points, or fulfilled a reward earned through FPR for 365 consecutive calendar days.

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Works on nonford?
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Hopefully this works on other car brands. I see that IT is included in this one as well.

Yep, I checked at Quick lane. All make and models!
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Hopefully this works on other car brands. I see that IT is included in this one as well.

Yep, I checked at Quick lane. All make and models!
That's awesome. I was wondering the same. I have a Ford and why I got the email but glad it is open to all makes and models.
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This is a $40 - $70 savings depending on if you can find a coupon. Way to step up Ford!

Sign up now before the news start airing the story and their site gets hammered. I am sure Slickdeals can do that by itself. LOL
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The want to know who still has a job and qualifies to buy a new vehicle. They don't want to waste their efforts trying to sell a new car to one of the 40 million unemployed. The free oil change is not worth the unnecessary calls and emails about buying a new ford.
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The want to know who still has a job and qualifies to buy a new vehicle. They don't want to waste their efforts trying to sell a new car to one of the 40 million unemployed. The free oil change is not worth the unnecessary calls and emails about buying a new ford.
Not exactly true. My location has a quicklane oil change. You don't even see a sales person since it is not connected to the main dealership building. Never had a problem with anyone calling me after. Of course your experience maybe different.
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It's a lot of job categories that qualify. Nice to see it's more then just first responders and hospital workers. They are really important but others have been out there work in this crap also.

Qualifying job categories:
Healthcare
Including patient care, public health, medical equipment and supplies workers; hospital and lab employees; and researchers, caregivers and therapists.

First Responders
Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and employees/team members of the systems that support them.

Food and Agriculture
Employees at grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, and food processing and warehouses, as well as food service and food manufacturing workers and farmers.

Energy
Those in the maintenance and distribution of electricity, petroleum, and natural or propane gas.

Water and Sanitation
All employees needed to manage and maintain drinking water as well as drainage infrastructure.

Transportation and Logistics
Those supporting transportation, including dispatchers, drivers, and maintenance and repair technicians. Also includes postal and delivery workers.

Public Workers
All who support the operation and maintenance of essential public works facilities (roads, bridges, traffic signals and systems infrastructure).

Manufacturing
All employees responsible for producing materials and products required for medical supply chains and transportation.

Communications/IT
Those involved in the installation, distribution and maintenance of communication infrastructures, and IT employees who operate and support command centers.

Government Operations
Critical government workers, as defined by the employer, including elections personnel, building employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, customs workers and educators.

Financial Services
All employees needed to administer and maintain systems for processing financial transactions and services at banking and lending institutions.

Hazardous Materials
Employees at nuclear facilities who manage medical waste and waste from pharmaceuticals, laboratories processing test kits, and medical material production. Also, those responsible for the cleanup of waste and the maintenance of digital systems infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

Defense
Those who support, manage and maintain the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and the U.S. military.

Chemical Management
All employees who support chemical and industrial gas supply chains at manufacturing plants, labs and distribution facilities producing hand sanitizers, food/food additives, pharmaceuticals and paper products.
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It's a lot of job categories that qualify. Nice to see it's more then just first responders and hospital workers. They are really important but others have been out there work in this crap also.

Qualifying job categories:
Healthcare
Including patient care, public health, medical equipment and supplies workers; hospital and lab employees; and researchers, caregivers and therapists.

First Responders
Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and employees/team members of the systems that support them.

Food and Agriculture
Employees at grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, and food processing and warehouses, as well as food service and food manufacturing workers and farmers.

Energy
Those in the maintenance and distribution of electricity, petroleum, and natural or propane gas.

Water and Sanitation
All employees needed to manage and maintain drinking water as well as drainage infrastructure.

Transportation and Logistics
Those supporting transportation, including dispatchers, drivers, and maintenance and repair technicians. Also includes postal and delivery workers.

Public Workers
All who support the operation and maintenance of essential public works facilities (roads, bridges, traffic signals and systems infrastructure).

Manufacturing
All employees responsible for producing materials and products required for medical supply chains and transportation.

Communications/IT
Those involved in the installation, distribution and maintenance of communication infrastructures, and IT employees who operate and support command centers.

Government Operations
Critical government workers, as defined by the employer, including elections personnel, building employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, customs workers and educators.

Financial Services
All employees needed to administer and maintain systems for processing financial transactions and services at banking and lending institutions.

Hazardous Materials
Employees at nuclear facilities who manage medical waste and waste from pharmaceuticals, laboratories processing test kits, and medical material production. Also, those responsible for the cleanup of waste and the maintenance of digital systems infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

Defense
Those who support, manage and maintain the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and the U.S. military.

Chemical Management
All employees who support chemical and industrial gas supply chains at manufacturing plants, labs and distribution facilities producing hand sanitizers, food/food additives, pharmaceuticals and paper products.
Thanks added that to the Wiki
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Was able to use it this morning at my local dealer. Made an appt last night and went in this morning with my hospital ID. No issues at all they knew of the program. In fact someone else who worked for Taco Bell was also there doing the same deal. I figured there would be some kind of shop fee but nope they told me it was all for free.

On the concern one person said of being added to a sales hassle list. No problem I did not give them my real phone number. When I did the appt I used an email address that I only use for spam. I am sure here on SD most of us have one of them.

Great deal OP. Saved me over $50. Really surprised this thing has not gone viral.
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https://pages.email-ford.com/the-...l-workers/

You must be a current or new FordPass Rewards member to get this offer. (free to join [ford.com])

Qualifying job categories:
Healthcare
Including patient care, public health, medical equipment and supplies workers; hospital and lab employees; and researchers, caregivers and therapists.

First Responders
Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and employees/team members of the systems that support them.

Food and Agriculture
Employees at grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, and food processing and warehouses, as well as food service and food manufacturing workers and farmers.

Energy
Those in the maintenance and distribution of electricity, petroleum, and natural or propane gas.

Water and Sanitation
All employees needed to manage and maintain drinking water as well as drainage infrastructure.

Transportation and Logistics
Those supporting transportation, including dispatchers, drivers, and maintenance and repair technicians. Also includes postal and delivery workers.

Public Workers
All who support the operation and maintenance of essential public works facilities (roads, bridges, traffic signals and systems infrastructure).

Manufacturing
All employees responsible for producing materials and products required for medical supply chains and transportation.

Communications/IT
Those involved in the installation, distribution and maintenance of communication infrastructures, and IT employees who operate and support command centers.

Government Operations
Critical government workers, as defined by the employer, including elections personnel, building employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, customs workers and educators.

Financial Services
All employees needed to administer and maintain systems for processing financial transactions and services at banking and lending institutions.

Hazardous Materials
Employees at nuclear facilities who manage medical waste and waste from pharmaceuticals, laboratories processing test kits, and medical material production. Also, those responsible for the cleanup of waste and the maintenance of digital systems infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

Defense
Those who support, manage and maintain the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and the U.S. military.

Chemical Management
All employees who support chemical and industrial gas supply chains at manufacturing plants, labs and distribution facilities producing hand sanitizers, food/food additives, pharmaceuticals and paper products.
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Thanks OP for posting
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Sohow do you qualify for FordPass? I have a 2005 Excursion, can I sign up for free?
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