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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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Washworld hires industrial engineer

DEPERE, Wis. — Washworld has added Carl Godfryt, an industrial engineer, whose focus is in lean manufacturing and manufacturing efficiency, according to a press release.


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Online traffic increasingly coming from mobile devices

CLEVELAND — If your carwash depends on online traffic, it is increasingly important to cater your website to mobile platforms, according to Small Business Trends.


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Drought limits taxi service carwashing

WICHITA FALLS, Texas — Under a city ordinance, Skylark Taxi and other services like it are forced to keep their vehicles clean, which is becoming more difficult during the drought, according to Texomashomepage.com.


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Ryko hires senior director of professional services

GRIMES, Iowa — Sam Toubia will be responsible for creating new recurring revenue opportunities by managing Ryko’s 250-plus service technicians, according to a press release.


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Farming family diversified with investment in carwash

DES MOINES, Iowa — As the area continues to grow, the Brelsford family said there’s more potential in the carwash business, according to The Des Moines Register.      


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Renovated carwash goes extra step with new investment

BOCA RATON, Fla. — iShine Car Wash and Detail has made waiting for your vehicle to get washed and detailed easier with a new concierge service, according to the Sun Sentinel.     


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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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ICA relocates its headquarters

CHICAGO — The ICA announced on June 20 that is has a new headquarters office in Chicago, effective July 1, 2014, according to a press release.
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Carwashes may be cut off from city water due to drought

WICHITA FALLS, Texas — There are 20 carwashes in the city, and they will be cut off from using city water if lake levels fall below 20 percent, according to Texomashomepage.com.


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