Commercial Business

Trucker gets MAXX points from Goodyear

Posted on February 17, 2012

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.'s UNI-MAXX Truck Care on-highway service network has announced the winner of the MAXXCARE loyalty rewards program's "Million Point Giveaway" promotion. The promotion ran from June 13 tthrough Dec. 31, 2011.

The top 10 MAXXCARE point earners during the promotion period received a total of 900,000 points, with Joe Holler of West Des Moines, Iowa, emerging as the top point earner and grand prize winner. He took home 250,000 points. In addition, 10 randomly drawn winners received 10,000 points each.

Million Point Giveaway contestants were required to have an active MAXXCARE rewards card in order to participate in the promotion.

“MAXXCARE is a card-based loyalty program that rewards truck drivers for purchases made at UNI-MAXX Truck Care network locations,” says Clint Schrock, director of on-highway operations. “The program rewards three points per dollar spent on preventive maintenance services and one point per dollar for other repairs at participating locations. Points can be redeemed for eligible products and service purchases.”

To enroll in MAXXCARE, truck drivers can pick up a card at any of the following locations:

* Wingfoot Commercial Tire Systems LLC, a subsidiary of Goodyear (Wingfoot operates more than 170 commercial tire sales, service and retread facilities nationwide);

* Boss Truck Shops Inc., a subsidiary of Bosselman Inc. (the Bosselman family of companies, headquartered in Grand Island, Neb., owns and operates 35 Boss Shops, one Bosselman Travel Center and a variety of other businesses); and

* Highway Service Ventures/Patriot Farms Flying J. (Based in Ashland, Va., Highway Service Ventures has four Patriot Farms Flying J truck stop locations.)

Drivers also can sign up by visiting

For more information on the UNI-MAXX Truck Care network, visit

Related Topics: Clint Schrock, Patriot Farms Flying J, truck stops, truck tires

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