Integrity Automotive & Integrity Diesel’s Commitment to the Automotive Industry and Our Community

Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel are very involved within our community. As owners we have always believed in giving back to the community. After all, our community is the reason we are in business. Our children and grandchildren go to local schools, play sports, and go to church in our community.

We donate automotive services to several local churches for those that need a little extra help. We support many local sports teams and a local woman drag racer.

Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel take pride in maintaining the integrity of the automotive service and repair industry. We are an Automotive Service Association (ASA) Green Shop providing an environmentally safe repair shop.

Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel take pride in maintaining the integrity of the automotive service and repair industry. We are an Automotive Service Association (ASA) Green Shop providing an environmentally safe repair shop.

Integrity Automotive received the 2009 Community & Business Builder Award and we have been nominated twice for the Copper Cactus Award for small business growth. We also take education seriously and have joined groups that advocate education in our school systems. We have joined groups for Automotive Shop Owners nationwide promoting integrity and increased growth within the industry. This keeps our business healthy and strong and ensures future growth. Integrity Automotive believes in being a leader in our industry, supporting local small businesses, and volunteering in our community. This is what defines us as business owners in our community.

Co-Owners Charlie Baxley and Barb Meeker work hard on the everyday business at the Ina road location. Barb gives fun shuttle rides all over Tucson. She loves dogs and loves it when you bring your dog! We have treats in the office for our four legged friends and a nice covered, enclosed patio for them to run around safely. Don Meeker works primarily at our Integrity Diesel location. Starting out as a technician with Ford, Don has over 37 years experience in the diesel and automotive field. Julee Baxley is in charge of the advertising, marketing, and networking, as well as overseeing the office duties and involving herself in many community projects.

Co-Owner Julee Baxley started a charity in 2007 called High Heels for Hope (HHFH).

http://www.highheelsforhope.org/

She recruited business women with the same passion for a local charity. Each year HHFH put on a fundraising Bunco Tournament to raise money for children and families in the Marana/Northwest Tucson area. We donate over $8,000 a year to local school programs, families in need, the Marana Food Bank, holiday food and gifts for families in need, clothing, senior programs and more. 100% of all money raised goes back into our community, everyone volunteers their time.

Julee volunteers endless hours to the automotive industry. She is the Arizona President for the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and is Board Chairman for the ASA state board. She also sits on the Parts Plus National Advisory Council. Julee, along with co-owner Don, also work with the Mt. View and Marana High School’s Joint Technical Education District (JTED) program. Working with auto shop classes and inviting the students into our business to experience what is entailed in owning, operating, and maintaining a small automotive service business and the daily experience of working as an automotive technician. We donate equipment, knowledge, and our personal time to better these high school programs.

Julee has worked for over 8 years on many issues for our community with commission for the town of Marana, City of Tucson and the Marana Chamber of Commerce. She’s also a leader in local business networks starting several local women’s group such as Team Women and Marana Business Women. Julee is a member of Good to Glam, sits on the board, and is a mentor for business women, Tucson Business Club and other organizations.

Co-owner Don Meeker sits on different boards in Pima County for the advancement of small business, Green shops, Hybrid training and business legislation on county, state and federal levels. He networks with Alliance of Construction Trades (ACT), Tucson Business Club (TBC), Pima County One Stop, Southern Arizona Environmental Management Society (SAEMS) and has been the chairman of the advisory committee for JTED the last two years. He keeps our employees up to date with training on a regular basis and also runs Integrity Automotive and Diesel’s Fleet Program for businesses with multiple vehicles.

Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel were featured in the national automotive magazine Shop Owners.

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http://www.shopownermag.com/Item/120001/integrity_automotive_tucson_shop_capitalizes_on_quality_repairs_and_topnotch_customer_service.aspx
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