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Tech startups thrive in Clark County

Expanding hub gains oil change app Oili, many others

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: June 21, 2022, 6:04am
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Brightside Roadside Service owner Bryan Munnick changes the oil on a Ford Explorer. He was connected through the customer through Oili, an app from a Vancouver-based developer that allows customers to schedule oil changes at their homes.
Brightside Roadside Service owner Bryan Munnick changes the oil on a Ford Explorer. He was connected through the customer through Oili, an app from a Vancouver-based developer that allows customers to schedule oil changes at their homes. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Oili is an app that’s like the Uber of oil changes: independent contractors get oil change requests on their device, drive where the requester is parked and change their oil on the spot.

The tech startup is joining the Clark County grove in the Pacific Northwest’s silicon forest; the county’s local population growth, tax incentives and access to greenery and scenery continue to make it a growing

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