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DRB Systems receives investment from Prairie Capital

SEATTLE — DRB, a carwash software solutions provider, received a strategic investment from Prairie Capital, a private equity firm based in Chicago, according to a press release.


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Marketing a carwash through Social Eyes

BOISE, Idaho — Part of having a successful carwash is having a successful carwash marketing strategy, according to a Social Eyes blog.


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Making Maintenance Fun

CarWash College™ Tip of the Month
I've been sitting around all day trying to think of something more boring than doing the routine maintenance around the car wash.
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Lowering prices while increasing revenue with loyalty program

Roland Bartels, owner of Tiger Express Wash, read a Cornell University study that taught him why lowering prices was the right way to bring in more profits.
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The hidden benefits of high volume

Advice on what makes the added traffic created by loyalty programs so valuable.
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Splash Car Wash contest giving away 2014 Corvette

NEW CANNAN, Conn. — Splash drew its first “key” winners for its Wash It & Win contest on Saturday, each key could be the one to start and win a 2014 Corvette Stingray, according to a press release.


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How to avoid a call from the government

CLEVELAND — There are frequent mistakes that owners of small businesses make that lead to a call from Uncle Sam, according to Small Business Trends.


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How POS systems increase efficiency

Read how one carwash's POS system keeps things running smoothly, and keeps the owner more informed.
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Are your prices right?

Setting rates and conveying value is a science and a skill.
Setting the right rates and conveying value is not only a science, but also a skill that needs to be mastered in order to win big.
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Call for regulation at NYC carwashes

NEW YORK — Carwash owners say the bill by the city council would impose regulations that are normally only put in place for industries known to have organized crime, according to Crain’s New York Business.     


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