Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Reopened location gives away washes for three days

November 27, 2012

FAIRFIELD, CT — Michael Shullman, owner of the newly opened Russell Speeder’s Car Wash, renovated a 3,737-square-foot building that previously housed The Villa Ave. Car Wash. To celebrate his achievement, Shullman offered free washes for the first three days of operation, The Fairfield Citizen Reported. 

The Nov. 20 story stated that Russell Speeder’s was first started by Shullman’s grandfather Herman in 1963. The company is based in Norwalk, CT, and has locations in Norwalk, Stamford, Milford, Shelton and now Fairfield. It also has smaller venues in the Midwest and Florida.

Pair pleads to reopen abandoned wash

Shullman jumped at the opportunity to establish another location in Fairfield when the Villa Ave. Carwash, which was in operation for more than 50 years, suddenly closed in the spring.

Streams of cars have been pouring in to take advantage of the free offer. "They're still going strong every day," Shullman said in the story.

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