Atlanta, GA, October 05, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- American Oil Changers received its Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Certificate in September 2019 on behalf of Founder and CEO Renee Floyd’s 21 years in service in the U.S. Army. This certificate qualifies the company for government set aside and sole source contracts, and is an extension of the Veteran’s Affairs mission to care for the nation’s veterans.
With the unique authority over these set aside contracts, American Oil Changers is provided the opportunity to bid and compete for contracts as a verified small business. Twenty-three percent of all federal spending must go to small businesses, and the Vets First Verification Program leverages this law to procure economic opportunities for these verified businesses, for which the department awards $3 billion annually. The certification will be valid for three years, and will need to be reverified in two years.
Floyd is a U.S. Army service disabled veteran business owner, who served 21 years as a combat veteran for Operation Restore Hope, Somalia and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Baghdad. During her time in service, she was awarded several awards, including the Bronze Star for her meritorious achievements in combat. With over 30 years of experience in automotive repair, Floyd positioned American Oil Changers as company that seeks to hire and train veterans to continue to serve her country.
About American Oil Changers:
American Oil Changers was founded by Renee Floyd in 2009 as an onsite mobile oil change company providing at-home maintenance to fit the lives of its busy customers. It provides a 14-point inspection service for standard, passenger, and luxury vehicles, and also caters to heavy-duty automobiles, fleet accounts, and Uber/Lyft drivers. American Oil Changers prides itself in treating customers how they want to be treated, and seeks to provide modern convenience for Atlanta residents. To book an appointment, please visit https://americanoilchangers.com.