Many industries deal with high employee turnover and the auto industry is no exception. When new employees come to us, it’s not unlikely that some have bounced around from job to job before finding solid ground to build a life for themselves and their families.
Craig Martin, is a practicing artist, illustrator, and mural painter that has resided in Lafayette, Indiana for the past 19 years. Last summer Craig brought the mural Coneflowers to life on the exterior of our Earl Avenue location in Lafayette. This public art project is part of a larger collaboration with the Arts Council of
The thought-inspiring and brightly colored mural at our Allisonville Road location was painted and created by Carl Leck, a well-known Indy muralist and artist. The project is part of a larger collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis – the Every Part Matters Mural Project.
As a locally-owned business, we feel particularly invested in the success of our 400+ team members both on the job, and in their personal lives. In addition to technical training, we also provide life skills development such as credit counseling and financial management education through our unique training program—Growing People Through Work. To help
- July 29, 2018
- By AW
- In Jiffy Lube Cares
Since the 1970’s, the Indiana Association for Home and Hospice Care (IAHHC) has been the voice for home care, hospice, and community-based services. They act as the premier resource to the industry, uniting and empowering home and hospice care. Their members make an enormous impact on many lives in our community and we are honored
- May 30, 2018
- By AW
- In Jiffy Lube Cares
Back in the summer of 2017, a group gathered at Indy Reads Books to help paint a piece of public art. The artwork was designed by Graphic Novelist, Ellen Forney, and was inspired by Marbles, a graphic memoir of her life with bipolar disorder. The mural—part of the Jiffy Lube of Indiana, Every Part
Many people don’t realize just how many people Jiffy Lube of Indiana employs throughout the state of Indiana. More importantly, they probably don’t know how important training and developing those employees to have long-term careers is to our organization. That long-term development is just one of the reasons why our annual Managers Awards Banquet is
When new employees come to Jiffy Lube, many of them have bounced around from job to job without ever finding solid ground from which they can build a good life for themselves and their families. We work hard to stop this cycle by providing the most advanced training available in our industry. However, in addition
The community is invited to join Jiffy Lube of Indiana at Indy Reads Books, Wednesday, June 21, for a Mental Health Awareness Event. Seattle-based graphic novelist, Ellen Forney, will discuss her memoir “Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me.” A panel discussion will also include Kimberly Comer of NAMI Indiana and Dave Combs of the Department
Did you know this year marks the 47th annual Broad Ripple Art Fair? Broad Ripple’s first art fair was held in a private home in 1971. From there, the fair was held in the streets of Broad Ripple, before being moved to the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center. Today, the annual event draws around