Being from Pennsylvania, I'm very familiar with Quaker State oil. Those familiar green containers were something I saw a lot in my dad's garage since he was always one to change his own oil. It's a brand of oil that I know and trust.
Quaker State has a Cash Back Bonus warranty program. The skinny? It will be a bit of work. You'll need to save all receipts and do some updating on their website at least once a year. You'll need to register before your engine has 75,000 miles on it and it must have been manufactured within the last 72 months of your first use of Quaker State motor oil to be eligible (and your car can't be any older than 20 years old). You must have your oil changed with specific types of Quaker State oil to qualify, but there is a grandfather clause if you're an existing customer under their other warranty program.
The Payoff? Up to $3,000 (KBB value of the car) once you hit 300,000 miles. That's a lot of miles! Most people will trade their cars in or not keep them that long for sure, so I would recommend this program for someone buying brand new who plans to keep their car until they kill it.
Please be sure to read all the terms and conditions to see if this program is a good fit for you.