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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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‘State-of-the-art’ wash opening in Florida

BRADENTON, Fla. — River Club Car Wash owner Scott Pinkus is going back to his roots after getting out of the casino business, according to the Bradenton Herald.      


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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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Community minded carwash owner hires ex-cons

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Men at Work Car Care Center moved to an area that is remembered by many for drugs, theft and crime, and has helped turn it around, according to The Republic


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Carwash and Jiffy Lube partnering up to help those with cancer

TORONTO — The annual Drive Hope program to support the Canadian Cancer Society Wheels of Hope Transportation Service kicked off last week, according to a press release.


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Free washes given to veterans on Independence Day

TOPEKA, Kan. — Eagle Auto Wash showed its appreciation for those who serve our country with free carwashes on July 4, according to wibw.com.    


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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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Carwash celebrating Fourth of July with donation to soldiers

MARQUETTE, Mich. — Superior Express Care and Wash will be hosting a benefit on July 5 for U.S. Army Reserve soldiers in the area, according to ABC 10 News.        


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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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