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Multi-profit center to increase customer reach with carwash renovation, additional services

EDWARDS, Colo. — The business will also add car-charging stations, more parking and more vacuums.


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C-store begins construction on newest location in face of competition

WICHITA, Kan. — The chain has been making capital expansions as its major competitor has been building new locations and updating existing stores.


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Carwash remodels self-serve bays, adds on pet wash

CHESTER, Va. — If remodeling its self-serve bays wasn’t enough, Flagstop Car Wash has gone an extra step by adding on a pet wash, according to a press release.


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A new name for convenience stores

NORMAN, Okla. — A new convenience store named the Cube is instead being called a “neighborhood concierge” by its creators, according to The Oklahoman.   


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Carwash includes everything from café to barber shop

HOUSTON — Dr. Gleem carwash has an on-site barber shop, cafe and offers oil changes to provide all of a customer’s needs, according to the Houston Press.   


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Construction begins on Maryland carwash

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — WLR Automotive Group purchased the Baltimore Street Station Car Wash property for $1 million.
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New Hy-Vee Gas and Caribou Coffee to open this July

ALBERT LEA, Minn. — The business, featuring a new “state-of-the-art” touchless laser carwash will create 16 additional jobs.
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Newly designed DASH IN store offers food, carwash

WALDORF, Md. — There are now 60 locations open for business with others open in Delaware and Virginia.
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Trends in the foodservice market

GRAPEVINE, Texas — During the FARE 2014 general session, which began Monday, 13 trends in the foodservice business were discussed, according to CSPnet.com.


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New business model improves sales at carwash

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Roland Bartels bought out his partner in 2012, and has changed his business model to a membership program to improve sales, according to the Columbia Daily Tribune.


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