Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Haunted ‘Tunnel of Terror’ a homerun for wash

October 31, 2012

HOLLAND, MI — Quality Car Wash had customers lined up here waiting to be scared in their “Tunnel of Terror Car Wash,” mlive.com reported.

The Oct. 26 story stated that the scares at the carwash included glowing soap, strobe lights and more than a dozen employees dressed in costumes that surprised customers around the service station and inside the wash tunnel.

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“The response to the Tunnel of Terror has been awesome. We had cars last week backed up around the building and out to the street waiting to get in,” Southside Quality Service Representative Nick Wolters said in the story. “I can’t say what part I play but it involves a chainsaw, and I got to say it’s the most Halloween fun I’ve ever had.”

This is the first year the Washington Avenue Quality location has had the haunted wash. The special wash experience was held on the two weekends before Halloween. It ran from 8 p.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday each weekend.

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Quality’s general manager said the carwashes are always looking for new ideas to bring people in, and the haunted tunnel “created a buzz.” Families were able to pile into a car and enjoy the experience together.

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