After owning the mechanic shop and gaining valuable experience for five years, Amy identified an opportunity in the quick lube industry in 2008.
“The idea of creating a more convenience-based vehicle service business built around quick oil changes appealed to me. I had the conviction that I could transform that industry with my commitment to an outstanding customer centric approach.”
“I came to understand that clients didn’t come for the brick and mortar. They came for the people. Business was about people. My first love is people and my second my business.”
Amy was eight months pregnant when the first Lube Town store opened in Okotoks during an economic downturn.
“Although there were challenges, we pushed through with our unique business model of offering quick, careful service to each customer.”
Though she swore she’d never opened a store while pregnant, Amy saw an opportunity to open her second store… this time she was five months pregnant.
Today, Amy leads three successful Lube Town stores (and continues to support her two grown children!).