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Deja vu all over again

Phillip Lawless

Tapping professionals, trainers and equipment manufacturers, the assignment still included reporting on best practices and improved techniques that would drive business results and success.


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Mister Car Wash sale finalized

TORONTO, Ontario — The selling company saw an internal rate of return of 36 percent.


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Conservation area carwash in danger of closure

DOVER, England — Opponents say the business is inappropriate for its surroundings.


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Entrepreneur signs lease, travels with Prince’s Trust

ROCHDALE, England — After moving from Uganda to England, a man set up his own carwashing business.


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First Circle K prototype coming to Southern California

SAN JACINTO, Calif. — The site will include a state-of-the-art self-serve carwash and more.


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Crafting a customer-centric culture, part 2

Shopping or conducting business should not feel like a chore best avoided: it should be an enjoyable experience, one that your customers desire to repeat.


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Industry Watch

Motor City Wash Works, Inc. hosted a day-long open house celebration on June 17, which also included an auction fundraiser, demonstrations, food and drinks, and attendees, including members of Professional Carwashing & Detailing magazine, were taken to Comerica Park to see the Detroit Tigers take on the Kansas City Royals.


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The good, the bad and the ugly sides to customer service

Debra Gorgos
I have written before about Yelp and how it can be a thorn in every business owner's side, or a blessing in a not-so-disguised format. A bad review can lead to a positive change, or a chance for you, as a business owner or manager, to come across as composed, reflective and repentant.


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Around the Industry

There has been a recently proposed bill for carwashes to need licenses and a $300,000 surety bond in NYC, and the Department of Consumer Affairs came out in favor of it during testimony to the city council on June 17, according to the Epoch Times.


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The evolution of the carwash arch

Bobby Jones
Ten years ago you could pull into a carwash and be greeted with boring industrial gray square arches that just served one purpose: To wash the car.
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