For some it’s just a novel idea, but for Integra Tire Kindersley it is completely true. Integra Tire is the only 100% locally owned and locally operated tire and automotive centre in Kindersley. It’s also the place where you’ll find the two Kyles, Adamson and Wiebe, practising what they preach. Integrity and community.
With a customer service focus of integrity and community involvement, you can be sure that they not only always have your best interests at heart, but will always be involved in trying to make our community a better place to live and grow.
This is the same focus that’s been around and taught to the two Kyles since their mentor, Wade Adamson, started in the location with Astro Tire on January 2nd, 1986.
The two Kyles took completely different paths to end up where they are today, but they share the same core values which can be seen every day. Working together, and balancing everything thrown their way, the two make a fantastic “1A-1W” tandem.
For Kyle Adamson, he grew up in the business, just over 20 years now in fact. Being a family-owned and operated business meant at just age 14 he was down at the shop on weekends and heading out on service calls to lend a hand. There isn’t a lot in tires he hasn’t seen before. Life is very busy for the young family man and his wife Lexie. He sits on the Kindersley Junior Klipper board as governor and volunteer, is the chairman of the board for the SJHL, helps with the Sr. Klippers on games days whenever possible, and coaches his son Barrett, 7, in his minor hockey and baseball. You may know his daughter Mady,10, from the social media series Learning About Ag with Mady. The series helped educate kids and adults on the importance of agriculture across the world. Along with her busy dance schedule, she also helps keep Kyle and Lexie busy.
Kyle Wiebe took a different path to get where he is today. His family was longtime customers of the shop which helped create familiarity and begin the friendship between the two Kyles. After high school, Wiebe left for Valley City State University in North Dakota on a golf scholarship. While away at school he also took four years of business. With Wade‘s upcoming retirement at the time, a phone call was made, and as they say, the rest is history.
Starting in 2018, Wiebe began in the shop to gain valuable knowledge of the product he was selling before moving up front full-time in April 2019. His knowledge of business and customer satisfaction focus has led to the growth of the brand and increased the value in everyday business. When not at work you’ll often find Wiebe at the golf course in the summer, or at the rink in the winter. He sits on the Kindersley men’s club board, and volunteers his time in the winter with things like running score clocks or mentoring young referees.
As you can see, it’s not just business for the Kyles. It’s a sense of community and giving back. It’s hard work and dedication to their craft and the community.
For Integra Tire Kindersley it’s Truly Local.