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How to handle Facebook’s diminished reach

CLEVELAND — In January, Facebook made changes that greatly impacted Facebook Fan Pages, which has led to fewer page views for many businesses, according to Small Business Trends.   


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Exclusive interview with Steve L’Heureux regarding the Ryko acquisition

GRIMES, Iowa — "The unified business will operate under the Ryko brand. We expect the integration process to be completed within six months of closing the transaction," says L’Heureux.
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Motor City hosting open house, other festivities including Detroit Tigers game

DETROIT — Starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 17, Motor City Wash Works will be hosting an open house that includes a charity auction, a BBQ lunch spread and a Detroit Tigers baseball game, according to a press release.


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World’s largest carwash company, IMO, sold to TDR Capital

LONDON, England — IMO Car Wash, which has 834 locations over 13 countries, has been sold to TDR Capital, a private equity group, according to The Telegraph.


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Got a nice menu?

Send us a picture of your menu and it might get featured in the magazine.
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Carwash overcomes unique obstacles

PARKLAND, Fla. — Rising Tide Car Wash employs people with autism, and has found ways to solve the unique challenges the wash faces, according to unreasonable.is.


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After 35 years, businessman sells carwash, service station

TASMANIA, Australia —Ian Murcott is semi-retired after selling his 24-hour service station and carwash, according to The Advocate.


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Maximizing mat cleaner services at different carwash types

Mat cleaners aren’t only an important part of a carwash; they are something people have grown accustomed to in the carwash experience.
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Australian football club’s bid for carwash rejected

GLADSTONE, Australia — CQ Mariners Football Club is attempting to become financially sustainable by building a 24-hour carwash, according to The Observer.


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Difficulty finding native Australian help at carwash jobs, states one columnist

MELBOURNE, Australia — An opinion piece suggests that too many Australian-born people won’t take jobs like carwashing because they believe it’s beneath them, according to The Herald Sun.


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