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When it comes to starting a carwash, it might be comforting to know that there is a whole network of support available to you.
How to start a carwash Tip #1: Know thy neighbor. The following list includes national, state, and local agencies who are just a phone call away if you're in need of information, a networking opportunity, or materials and knowledge.There are ones based on regions, states and an international one, too.
How to start a carwash Tip #2: Network. Along with joining the Associations, it's also a good idea to attend gatherings and reach out to those you meet. They will not only offer advice, but maybe even steer you in the right direction when you have a question about a company or distributor.
International Carwash Association
Canadian Carwash Association
Australian Car Wash Association
03 9576 7800
Car Wash Association (United Kingdom)
German Autowash Association
Federlavaggi (Italian carwash federation)
Heartland Carwash Association
Mid-Atlantic Carwash Association
Midwest Car Wash Association
New England Carwash Association
Rocky Mountain Car Wash Association
Southeastern Carwash Association
Southwest Car Wash Association
Western Carwash Association
Carwash Association of Pennsylvania
Carwash Operators of New Jersey Inc.
Connecticut Carwash Association
New York State Car Wash Association
North Carolina Professional Carwash Association
Ohio Car Wash Association
Utah Carwash Association
Chicagoland Carwash Association
Puget Sound Car Wash Association
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Small Business Administration