Join our team. Make your mark.

There are plenty of jobs out there, but we like to think that The Pete Store is a place where you can come and make a career. Here is what makes us different. 


Culture -

Over the years, The Pete Store has developed a unique culture. It's one that attracts (and rewards) humble, hard-working, problem-solvers. Our culture is best described in our Rules of the Road. (Learn More Here)

People -

We place an incredibly high value on finding, keeping and rewarding exceptional people. There is a recognition, at the highest levels of the company, that great people got us here, and are the only thing that will keep us moving forward. When hiring, we look for attitude and potential not just past experience and qualifications.

Opportunities -

Our preference is to hire from within when filling open positions at The Pete Store. As a growing business, there is never a shortage of opportunities for those who display the right attitude, effort and potential to excel.

Purpose -

Sure, our primary business is selling trucks, parts, and fixing trucks, but we like to think there is a greater purpose to why we do what we do. Through partnerships with organizations like The First Response Team of America and Starkey Hearing Foundation, The Pete Store makes significant contributions to organizations bringing about a positive change in the world. On a community scale, each employee can direct a $250 annual contribution to a cause they choose through our employee-driven donation initiative.

Benefits -

Quality benefits are important when you are committed to attracting and retaining quality people. We offer comprehensive health insurance with competitive premiums and out-of-pocket maximums for individuals and families. In addition to company-paid Life, AD&D, Short and Long term disability benefits, employees may enroll in dental, supplemental health coverages, 401K with Roth option and company match.


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Transparency in Coverage

This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and health care providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.