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Patrick Walby Donates to Military

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Walby Donates to Navy

As a way of thanking Our United States Military during the Holidays Patrick Walby and Philip Walby would like to give something back to the military personal that protects our great country. A free oil change and free oil filter. Philip and Patrick Walby s Brake Depot shops in San Diego are giving away free oil change and filter to all military personal and dependents. Just call 1-800-4brakes to make an appointment at the Brake Depot near you, bring in your auto and military identification, said Patrick Walby, one of the brake brothers. As a gesture to help military families during the Holidays. "We would like to lead the business community in offering a thank you to the troops over seas and those supporting them here in San Diego" stated Patrick Walby president of Brake Depot. "The military has done so much for us, and during the Holiday season from now until January 1, we would like to extend this free oil change and filter service at any Brake Depot as a token of our gratitude, and invite other business in San Diego to show the Holiday Spirit to our troops" Mary Young with the U.S. Marines stated " We are very thankful for Philip and Patrick Walby s gift" Military Press
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Captain of USS Nimitz calls Walby

"The captain of the USS Nimitz heard about it, and called to get the details, and thank us" Philip Walby said.Patrick Walby and his Military Press Philip Walby have decided to assist families that have been left behind, while their family membes are protecting our country.

"The families have enough to worry about, and we wanted to show our support for what the troops are doing for us" said Patrick, one of the brake brothers.
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