#MeetTheTeamMonday: Marketing Manager & Social Media Coordinator

Our #MeetTheTeamMonday provides an inside scoop on the people who make Brewer-Hendley Oil Company what it is today. We want to stay true to our value of family and showcase the incredible employees that make up our family tree. Every other Monday a different employee, in various departments, will feature items that speak to their personality. Our goal is to better connect and offer the warmest of welcomes into our Brewer-Hendley home. Meet Auburn Smith 🔥

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3 Ways to Strengthen Your Brain

October 13 marks the celebration of #NationalTrainYourBrainDay! By tapping into their brain’s potential, Brewer-Hendley sales representatives allow our company to have some of the most educated oil specialists at your service!  

To  share the wealth of knowledge and to celebrate the beauty of brains, here are three ways to strengthen your brain. Continue reading →

3 Ways to Reduce Contaminated Caused Wear on Equipment

Did you know that particle contamination in lubricants is the number 1 cause of lubricant-related equipment failures and it’s estimated that 82% of component wear is particle-induced, with abrasion wear accounting for two-thirds of that figure? Particle contamination can be harmful to equipment, as this often lead to equipment failure and money lost. No matter what industry you work in, construction, agriculture,  manufacturing, etc., fighting particle contamination of lubricating oils should be a top priority.

 

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John Hendley: How Keeping Things in the Family Inspired Love, Risk, Petroleum and Happiness

When asked, “What do you want to be known for?”, John Hendley, Founder, Owner and Executive Vice President of Brewer Hendley Oil Company, exclaimed

“I’m here because of hard work and the people who worked hard for me. I want to be known as someone who not only helped employees to become successful, but happy”.

To better understand where Brewer-Hendley Oil Company is headed, I wanted to explore where we have been. John Hendley and I sat down to discuss his childhood, his inspiration for starting the business, and how keeping things in the family has meant so much. Continue reading →