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A PROUD PARTNER OF PACIFIC PRIDE

Our partnership with Pacific Pride, a nationwide network of commercial fueling stations, means our customers have access to over 1,300 locations across the United States. Through Pacific Pride we are able to provide convenient fueling at the most competitive and consistent prices.

TRACTOR RESTORATION

In our agriculturally rich community we are proud to nurture hard work and dedication, teaching young students life lessons through the Tractor Restoration Program. Every year at the California Mid-State Fair, JB Dewar and Chevron Delo® reward young students who have restored an antique tractor by providing them with a platform to share their workmanship, along with the distribution of scholarships.

 

 

JB Dewar mentors and advises students, teaching them business skills, teamwork, project management, budgeting, planning, and marketing lessons in the process of their restoration.

 

JB Dewar is honored to inspire young people to make their dreams come true through hard work and dedication. For that reason, we also donate and deliver replacement products to assist in the restoration process.

 

The JB Dewar Tractor Restoration Competition started in 2002 and has continued to be an opportunity that has changed the lives of over 90 students. These students show a great deal of dedication and commitment to their projects, and J.B. Dewar, Chevron, the Alex Madonna family, and many other local businesses and individuals have shown them that hard work does pay off by awarding over $100,000 in winnings to student competitors who have completed and placed with their tractors.

 

JB Dewar has helped several students continue their journey on a national level. The program has also been a stepping stone for many students who have gone on to Caterpillar School or other mechanical training programs. Most

 importantly, the process of restoring an old tractor has instilled confidence in youth, assuring them that they can tackle seemingly huge goals and complete them successfully.

2017 Grand Champion

Taylor Havemann from Atascadero High School. He restored a 1951 Oliver Cletrac OC3.

Joe Domingos of Santa Ynez High School starting the breakdown process of his 1955 Ferguson TO-35.

2nd place winner and recipient of the Alex Madonna Memorial Award: Cole Henry from Templeton High School, who restored a 1947 Massey Harris Pony.