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Pennzoil - Quaker State



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Pennzoil is an American oil company founded in Los Angeles, California in 1913. In 1955, it was acquired by Oil City, Pennsylvania company South Penn Oil, a former branch of Standard Oil. In 1963, South Penn Oil merged with Zapata Petroleum; the merged company took the Pennzoil name. During the 1970s, the company moved its offices to Houston, Texas. In 1977 a spin-off company was formed called Pogo, which stood for Pennzoil Offshore Gas Operators.

Pennzoil - Quaker State partners with iHeartRadio Music Festival Clear Channel announced today the star-studded line-up for the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival, the legendary weekend-long concert event that re-writes radio history each year, taking place on September 19 and 20 in Las Vegas. This year's lineu...


Pennzoil - Quaker State sponsors South by Southwest At SXSW, anytime is Miller Time and that means that we are bringing you non-stop action this year. We’ll be delivering epic Miller Time moments while you’re enjoying all the best in Music, Film and Interactive. Make good times into great memories ...


Pennzoil - Quaker State sponsors Penske Racing MOORESVILLE, N.C.—Despite having four drivers in its first three seasons as a sponsor for Penske Racing, Shell-Pennzoil has signed a multiyear extension to remain the primary sponsor of Penske's No. 22 Sprint Cup car. The deal reportedly is throug...

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