Mobil Stations Re-Opening to Assist Christchurch Community

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Celebrating the re-opening of three of its Christchurch service stations, Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited is offering customers of its Mobil Madras, Mobil Bealey Avenue and Mobil Aranui service stations a 10cpl fuel discount.  In addition, Mobil has pledged to donate to St John in Christchurch a further 10 cents per litre for fuel sold at these sites for the duration of the promotion.

These inner city service stations have re-opened following the damage and disruption caused by the 2011 earthquakes.  The promotion will run in the three service stations from 9 AM on Monday, July 30 to 9 PM on Wednesday, August 1, 2012.

“What better way to celebrate than to thank our loyal customers who, until now, have had to travel greater distances to get their fuel and convenience requirements,” said Andrew McNaught, Country Manager, Mobil Oil New Zealand.

“Selecting St John as our charity of choice for the 10 cents per litre donation was an easy call.  As well as being a loyal customer, St John has been instrumental in ensuring the health and well-being of the Christchurch community.  It’s a real honour to be able to support St John and the work they do,” added Mr McNaught.

Christine Prince, Customers and Services Manager for St John South Island region, says she is extremely grateful to Mobil for thinking of St John.

“The 10 cents per litre offer from Mobil can’t have come at a better time so we are just thrilled.

“Following the earthquakes we have had to replace a number of resources and we rely on community and corporate support to do this.  Replacing a damaged ambulance costs $150,000 and a new defibrillator costs $40,000.  With cardiac arrest incidents increasing since the earthquake, these resources are in high demand,” says Ms Prince

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