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Free Oil Change for Ford Pass Rewards Members

To extend our gratitude to FordPass Rewards Members who are considered front-line or essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be giving them enough Points to cover The Works service package*.

OFFER VALID FROM: May 15th – June 30,2020

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The offer applies to current or new FordPass Rewards Members who are front-line or essential workers during the
COVID-19 pandemic. To qualify for the offer, FordPass Rewards Members must provide verification of front-line or essential worker
employment status. Below are examples of acceptable means of verification:

• Employee badge
• Pay stub
• Name tag
• Business card
• Government letter, or letter from employer stating that the Member engages in essential business, etc.

Who Qualifies Under Essential Workers (Based on County of Hidalgo County)

Healthcare – Including patient care, public health, medical equipment and supplies workers, hospital and lab employees, and researchers, caregivers, and therapists.

First Responders – Police Officers, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and the systems that support them.

Food and Agriculture – Employees at grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, and food processing and warehouses as well as food serve and food manufacturing workers and farmers.

Energy – Those in the maintenance and distribution of electricity, petroleum, and natural or propane gas.

Water and Sanitation – All employees needed to manage and maintain drinking water as well as drainage infrastructure.

Transportation and Logistics – Those supporting transportation including dispatchers, drivers, and maintenance and repair technicians.

Public Workers – All those who support the operation and maintenance of essential public works facilities (roads, bridges, traffic signals and systems infrastructure)

Manufacturing – All employees responsible for producing materials and products required for medical supply chains and transportation.

Communications/ IT – Those involved in the installation, distribution and maintenance of communication infrastructures, and It employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, custom workers and educators.

Government Operations – Critical government workers as defined by the employer including elections personnel, building employees, security employees, trade officials, weather forecasters, custom workers and educators.

Financial Services – All employees needed to administer and maintain systems for processing financial transactions and services at banking and lending institutions.

Hazardous Materials – Employees at nuclear facilities who manage medical waste and waste from pharmaceuticals, laboratories processing test kits, and medical material production. Also, those responsible for the cleanup of waste and the maintenance of digital system infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

Defense – Those who support, manage, and maintain the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and the U.S. Military.

Chemical Management – All employees who support chemical and industrial gas supply chains at manufacturing plants, labs, and distribution facilities producing hand sanitizers, food/food additives, pharmaceuticals and paper products.