Mazda extends car care program for health care workers, whether they own Mazdas or not

In April, Mazda announced a generous program to help health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. They offered to change the oil and clean the cars of these essential workers free of charge, and it was open to all models, even non-Mazdas. The program was set to expire May 4, but Mazda has decided to extend it until June 1.

If you’re a health care worker, there are 620 participating Mazda dealerships across the US where you can bring your car. You can find a list of them at the Mazda USA website. All you have to do is schedule an appointment and go to the dealership with a work ID to showing that you’re an employee at a hospital, doctor’s office, medical research center, blood bank, or associated field. Mazda has committed $5 million to the program, and it’s something that all the doctors, nurses, scientists, and associated staffers should be taking advantage of. Please share this information with any health care workers you know, and thank them for us!

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