While Amy and her team at Lube Town continue to focus on exceeding client expectations one service at a time and remain committed to challenging the status quo in the oil service industry by implementing novel, customer-focused initiatives, their efforts have not gone unnoticed.
Lube Town’s business accomplishments have been recognized in the National Oil & Lube News (NOLN, the industry’s oldest and largest trade publication), putting the company on the map among over 2,000 express lube center in North America.
The company also been a steady recipient of the consumer choice awards in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Amy’s successes were also recognized with Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 under 40 award.
In 2018, Lube Town was named Small Business of The Year by the Okotoks Chamber of Commerce.
Today, Amy overwhelmed with gratitude and her heart is full. She was recently awarded Immigrants of Distinction – Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Finally, a token worth as much as any award, over 1200, 4.9 stars reviews from loyal customers online.
These recognitions have only served as motivators to Amy and her team who have more ambitions for the quality service they hope to deliver to vehicle owners in the future.