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Not all is 'ducky' for this carwash owner

November 20, 2013

PALM BEACH, FL — The owner of the Rubber Ducky Car Wash here has apparently gotten into a dispute with South End Neighborhood Association board member Gail Levine and it all has to do with his human signs, The Palm Beach Post reported.

The Nov. 20 story said carwash Owner Gary Weston's use of marketing — in which humans hold up signs outside of his carwash — was called into question by the Association which is unsure of whether Weston was obeying the city's signage regulations.

In retaliation, Weston had one of his human signs set up outside of Levine's home.

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A spat over the Rubber Ducky car wash, at Olive Avenue and Southern Boulevard, and its “human signs” has gotten so bad that owner Gary Weston sent one of the “signs” to stand in front of the home of Gail Levine, a board member of the South End Neighborhood Association. The city says Weston’s been belligerent to code enforcers. Weston says the city can’t agree on its own rules. - See more at: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/westpalmbeat/2013/11/ducky-spat-emerges-over-human-signs/#sthash.EzYNjLsC.dpuf
A spat over the Rubber Ducky car wash, at Olive Avenue and Southern Boulevard, and its “human signs” has gotten so bad that owner Gary Weston sent one of the “signs” to stand in front of the home of Gail Levine, a board member of the South End Neighborhood Association. The city says Weston’s been belligerent to code enforcers. Weston says the city can’t agree on its own rules. - See more at: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/westpalmbeat/2013/11/ducky-spat-emerges-over-human-signs/#sthash.EzYNjLsC.dpuf