New Leader at Heartland Automotive Services

We just received word that there has been a leadership shakeup at Heartland Automotive Services, the nation’s largest Jiffy Lube franchisee.

According, to a an article at heraldonline.com, Brett Ponton, the company’s president and CEO, is leaving the Heartland Automotive and Jim Marcum has been appointed interim CEO. Ponton has served as president and CEO since 2009, and during his tenure the company has refreshed all of its locations, revitalized its marketing efforts and led the introduction of new services to the brand.

Marcum comes to Heartland Automotive with years of executive leadership and retail knowledge. Most recently Marcum served as president and CEO of Central Parking Corporation, and he previously served as CEO of Circuit City and Ultimate Electronics.

For the full story from heraldonline.com, click here.

About National Oil & Lube News

National Oil & Lube News is the fast oil change industry's oldest and largest trade publication. Started in 1986 by Steve Hurt (a former fast lube owner) and David Arrington, NOLN has grown and evolved right alongside the fast lube industry. Here at NOLN, our aim is to help fast lube operators with every facet of their business, from operations to technical issues. Our monthly magazine and this regularly updated website contain everything from technical tips, recall announcements and service guides to articles on handling customer complaints, building your brand and making your business the best it can be. With tips and advice from experts both inside and outside the industry, you're sure to learn something that can help your fast lube business grow and prosper.
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