We Want You!

At Love’s, we actively recruit diligent, innovative leaders, and we know your military experience yields similar leadership. As a rapidly growing company, there are ample opportunities for career advancement. Bring your strong work ethic, strategic development, teamwork capabilities and problem-solving skills to the Love’s Family of Companies.

Not only are we encouraging military veterans to work for Love’s, but we are also actively scouting them. Love’s partners with the following companies to aid in our military hiring initiative: Cameron Brooks, TAPS and RecruitMilitary.

  • "The military prepared me for Love's in that everyone is working for the same cause on the same team, it's a unified mission. It's not a person vs. a person. It has a different level of unity and brotherhood and that family feel we tout. We call it family here and esprit de corps in the Marines."

    - Angela L. Director of Risk Management, U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal

  • "The IT department is a fast paced environment, not unlike working on the flight deck on an aircraft carrier. You arrive to work and you just might not know what you're working on that day. Overall there's a general plan, but sometimes you just have to get in there and get things done. Love's does not mess around, you get in and do it, just like the Navy."

    - Will C., Senior Application Developer, U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class

  • " I really enjoy the culture of Love's. I especially enjoy the people I get to work with and interact with everyday. It's a lot of fun working with different employees with very different backgrounds. I enjoy helping people reach their full potential and showing them just how far they can get with a career at Love's."

    - Nick S., General Manager, U.S. Army Captain

  • "Love's reminds me of my military experience in that my team and I are a very tight knit group. We have a really good comradery, so much that I consider my co-workers my family. Being able to help each other out during a difficult time and getting the job done to achieve a common goal, reminds me so much of my time in the military."

    - Dennis L., Production Assistant, U.S. Navy Second Class Petty Officer

Love's has a long history of commitment to our military veterans. On May 31 2018, the team at Love's 475 truly embodied that commitment as the Patriot Guard riders rolled into the parking lot in Sweetwater. The Patriot Guard riders and the Missing in America Project work together to identify the unclaimed remains of American veterans and provide them with the dignified burial they deserve. It's a worthy cause that Love's general manager, Robert Tygart, was proud to get behind.

Love's was proud to support the Patriot Guard riders with more than a thousand dollars in fuel as they traveled...

A brave high school senior was forever changed by the horrific terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Michelle Ballard – today, an affirmative action specialist at Love’s – enlisted in the United States Air Force the next day.

Being in high school did not hold her back. Ballard was part of the DEP, which means delayed enlistment program. Her Air Force recruiter would check in with Ballard once a month. She would participate in PT practice. Ballard would even help the Air Force recruiters proctor the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) at high schools.

The military is in Love's District Manager Dave Hanson's blood. Hanson is a third-generation veteran. His parents were in the United States Air Force, one grandfather is a United States Navy veteran, and the other served in the United States Army.

"I will always cherish my time in the Army," Hanson said. "The comradery - it was a combination of self-reliance and the dependence on the people around you. That stays with you."

To each and every veteran, thank you for all you sacrificed for our country.