Sunny Isles, FL
Sunny Isles Waterless Car Wash is now being offered to “luxury” condominium residents.
David Burton opened the mobile business on Aug. 20. The mobile unit drives directly to where the residents has parked his car which is then cleaned between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m.
The first wash is free and all washes thereafter are $20, and include an exterior cleaning and tire shining.
Freedom Waterless Car Wash products are used for each wash.
A major facility is going up here which will offer oil changes, detailing, express and full-serve carwashes and maintenance services and will have a kids’ play zone, conference room for clubs and a NASCAR race shop and coffee house.
Construction on the Lucas Oil Center 001 started this September and is slated for completion in January 2011. Additional facilities will also go up in other locations throughout the state.
Married couple Bill and Brenda Floyd are the ones behind the soon-to-be business.
The facility will also showcase support for the Indiana Colts, as well as other local sports teams, in its décor.
This Canadian town has gotten its first-ever detail shop, AWRS Detailing, and the owner said it’s been a dream come true.
Walter Rogers has been steadily busy since opening on July 19.
“The idea of owning a shop has always been in the back of my head since I was 14 years old,” he said. “It took me 23 years, but I accomplished what I set out to do.”
Rogers runs the business with his wife Rosie. The name comes from the first initials of their names and the names of their daughters Shinita and Avery.