Deloitte recognizes Mr. Lube as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies
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SOURCE Mr. Lube Canada
VANCOUVER, Feb. 26, 2013 /CNW/ - Mr. Lube, Canada's leading quick lube
provider, is proud to announce that it has been named one of Canada's
Best Managed Companies for 2012 by Deloitte. Mr. Lube was chosen based
on their proven ability to create sustainable growth, expand market
share and maintain corporate health in a challenging industry
"We're incredibly honoured to be recognized by Deloitte in this way,"
stated Stuart Suls, President and CEO, Mr. Lube Canada. "We've worked
hard over the past several years to strengthen our culture and business
practices, and it's gratifying to be recognized for the work our entire
company has put in to ensure that our franchisee family is successful."
Established in 1993, Canada's Best Managed Companies is the country's
leading business awards program, recognizing excellence in
Canadian-owned and -managed companies with revenues over $10 million.
Every year, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies compete for this
designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the
calibre of a company's management abilities and practices. They focus
on Canadian-owned and managed companies, recognizing overall business
performance and sustained growth.
"We certainly could not have gotten to this point without the ongoing
engagement of our entire network," added Suls. "We are fortunate to
have the opportunity to learn, and to integrate knowledge and best
practices, from our franchisees, partners and suppliers to continually
improve our business."
The award will be presented to Mr. Lube at Canada's Best Managed
Companies Gala the evening of April 16, 2013, in Toronto, Ontario. For
more information on Canada's Best Managed Companies, please visit: https://www.canadas50best.com/.
About Mr. Lube Canada
Mr. Lube Canada is Canada's leading quick lube provider in the routine
automotive maintenance sector. The company was founded in 1976 by the
Giese family in Edmonton, pioneering a category of automotive servicing
that focused on convenience and no appointment necessary. With 121
locations across the country, Mr. Lube is operated by a national
network of franchisees. The Canadian owned and operated company
maintains corporate offices in Delta, BC and Mississauga, ON to support
its national franchise network.
In 2002, Mr. Lube Canada founded the Mr. Lube Foundation to support its
corporate goals of giving back to the community. It was the company's
belief that supporting those in need in the communities in which they
operated was vital to the success of the organization. Today, the
Foundation has donated over $4.0 million dollars to national and local
charities across the country. For more information about the company,
please visit www.mrlube.com.
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