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Precision and communication via carwash controllers

As new services are added, controller functions become more important than ever.
Phillip Lawless

Modern carwash controllers are responsible for the traditional as well as the newly-added functions in the typical carwash.


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Dealership/auto detailer raises money, exceeds sales goal during annual event

FAIRFAX, Va. —  The event benefited the American Heart Association, and involved customers and employees.


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Australian carwash mogul convicted, fined for underpaying employees

SYDNEY — Anthony Sahade was found guilty of underpaying vulnerable workers.


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How to start a carwash: Finding and keeping employees

Tips and helpful hints for keeping your team (and customer base) strong.

With the right attention to your employees, your carwash can run even more efficiently and it can better serve the wants and needs of customers.


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A carwash manager’s guide to success

How to overcome the many difficulties that come with managing a carwash.
Steve Gaudreau
Because of the basic nature of this complex business, a manager’s job is particularly challenging.
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Starting a carwash? Make sure you have a top-notch staff

According to Autobell’s leaders, a large part of the company’s success can be attributed to the way its employees are treated.
According to Autobell’s leaders, a large part of the company’s success can be attributed to the way its employees are treated.
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Employee training at detail shops

It's time to take a serious look at your detail training program.
Prentice St. Clair

Blog: Carwashing is a land of opportunity

Phillip Lawless
I am always happy to see the car care industry get creative when it comes to training and hiring new employees.
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Blog: ‘Yea or nay’ on raising minimum wage?

Phillip Lawless
NEW YORK — A state senator says an increase would have an overall positive effect on the economy.
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The 80/20 Rule at Your Wash

CarWash College™ Tip of the Month
The 80/20 rule was originated in 1906 by Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto who observed that 80 percent of the land in Italy was owned by 20 percent of the people.
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