Express Lube Acquires Stores

Harold Smith, owner of Express Lube in Schertz, Texas, reported two new additions to the Express Lube franchise. The new stores are located in Canyon Lake, Texas, and Schertz, Texas.

The former Shell Rapid Lube and Valvoline Express Care shops were bought by Harold Smith and are expected to officially become Express Lubes when their new signage arrives this week.

Like all Express Lube employees, the new employees at these locations will go through the Express Lube Training Program — an extensive program described as the process of leading, developing, motivating and evaluating the job performance of employees.

The addition of these two stores brings the total of Express Lube shops to 24. 

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