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Ground Breaking

October 11, 2010
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Lakeland, FL
Mulberry Car Wash will soon allow for truck drivers and fisherman to clean their rigs in its wash area, which has been designed to cater to truckers and boaters.

Typically these vehicles carry larger than normal loads that do not fit into a standard sized wash bays.

Each of the eight bays has a 14-foot clearance, large enough to fit trucks and larger utility vehicles that have a higher-than-normal clearance.

The wash is slated to open in the very near future.

Monticello, IN
The newly re-named 6th Street Carwash was purchased in July by Dave and Sarah Mote, making it the fourth carwash owned by the couple.

A summer rehab project included adding an automatic carwash bay, remodeling an existing automatic unit and updating equipment in the three self-serve bays.

A fun new feature that the Mote’s have added is a phone-in Weatherline, updated regularly, which gives the caller the time, temperature and a daily forecast.

Salisbury, MD
Wash ‘N Vac, Inc. recently completed the purchase and $800,000 remodel of Bob Lawrence Car Wash.

The remodeling included a new roof, fiber glass panels, new floors, 12 bays with new equipment, 21 digital security cameras and credit card machines.

The self-serve bays work on unlimited time offering customers up to 30 minutes of wash time for only $5.

Sioux Falls, SD
Kum & Go is planning a new 10 acre convenience store that will include carwashing and fuel service.

The convenience store, scheduled to open early next year will pair a fast-food restaurant with the car-care profit centers.

Iowa-based Kum & Go operates more than 420 convenience stores in the region and plans to open another 160 during the next three years.