Valvoline Express Care

Valvoline Express Care
Valvoline Express Care is listed in the Gasoline Retail category in Blackstone, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for Valvoline Express Care which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Valvoline Express Care on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Valvoline Express Care is:
1403 S Main St
Blackstone, VA 23824
(434) 292-5817

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Valvoline Express Care has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Valvoline Express Care has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Blackstone, Virginia is 37 and in the Gasoline Retail category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Motivated by heart-breaking news of children dying in hot vehicles, inventive kids in several communities have developed tools to help prevent future tragedies. Eleven-year-old Bishop Curry, pictured above, created "Oasis", a device that automatically turns on when it detects that the temperature inside a vehicle has exceeded a pre-determined level. If activated, the device attempts to alert the adult owners of the vehicle or, if they don't respond, the local police. Learn more: Eighth graders Mason Covington and Tyler Duke developed a microprocessor that attaches to a child's car seat. If a child is in the car seat and the temperature inside the vehicle exceeds 100 degrees, the device triggers the vehicle's panic alarm. Their invention placed 10th out of 5,000 entries in Samsung's Designs for Tomorrow contest. Watch a video and learn more:

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Tailgaters are for friends, food and football. No one wants to spend precious party time searching for a bottle opener, slicing tomatoes or washing pans. So, we took it upon ourselves to compile this list of "Why-didn't-I-think-of-that?" tips to ensure your next tailgater is a winner. Have a great idea that's not on our list? Share it in the comments below. 1. CREATE A TAILGATE KIT. Stock your kit with essential items such as bottle openers, can openers, wet wipes, skewers and first aid items, and store it in your trunk during football season. (Of course, your Tailgate Kit should never replace an Emergency Kit, which you should always carry in your vehicle.) 2. PACK YOUR COOLER STRATEGICALLY. For example: * Chill everything ahead of time; don't place warm items in your cooler. * Freeze a few bottles of water and add them to your cooler. They'll chill the other items and thaw gradually so you can enjoy them after the game. * Place cans and bottles on the bottom, where they will stay cold longer. Then add ice, so some cubes can fall into spaces between the bottles and cans. * Place bagged items on top of the ice. 3. A LITTLE PREP TIME GOES A LONG WAY. The day before the game: * Form your hamburger patties, place them between sheets of wax paper and store them in an easy-to-access container. * Clean and slice tomatoes, onions and other condiments and store them in a container that you can simply set out on your tailgate table. 4. CONVERT A COOLER INTO A WARMING OVEN. Use your handy invention to keep tasty items such as pulled pork and corn on the cob warm. Learn how: 5. LABEL YOUR STUFF. If you're bringing more than one cooler, label them so people can easily find what they're looking for. This helps keep cold items cold by limiting the number of times a cooler is opened. 6. SAVE THE DISHES FOR LATER. Bring a plastic bin to put the dirty dishes and pan in so you can take them home and clean them there. 7. BONE UP ON YOUR GRILLING SKILLS. Follow these tips to wow your guests with tasty burgers: * Place an indent on the top of your burger with your thumb. This helps prevent the burgers from puffing up on the grill. * Don't "smoosh" your burger with the spatula. That pushes the juices, and taste, right out of the burger. * Flip your burgers once. Repeated flipping can result in dry burgers. 8. BRING WATER, LOTS AND LOTS OF WATER. You and your guests should drink water throughout the day to stay hydrated, plus you'll want some H2O to wash your hands and clean up spills. 9. MAKE IT EASY FOR FRIENDS TO FIND YOU. Bring brightly colored helium balloons or a distinctive flag to help your guests find the party. That's a lot more effective than telling everyone to look for the silver Honda Accord. 10. BE SURE YOU HAVE JUMPER CABLES. Tailgaters require a lot of energy, from you and your vehicle's battery. You don't want to find yourself stranded in the parking lot after the game by a dead battery. Special thanks to these fantastic resources: Buzzfeed: Huffington Post: Publix: