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City’s aviation ties resonate in new carwash design

DAYTON, Ohio — The wash will resemble an airplane hangar to reflect the city’s aviation ties.

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DAYTON, Ohio — Flying Ace Car Wash is taking over an older carwash building for its new business, according to the Dayton Business Journal.

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The former inhabitant, Perfect Touch Car Wash, was a self-serve wash, but Flying Ace will feature a 130-foot automatic tunnel, said the article.

Three business partners formed Flying Ace Express Far Hills LLC, and purchased the land from Suncore LLC for $750,000, noted the article.

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Partner Dan Eisenhauer says in the article that the wash will employ people. Prices will range from five to ten dollars, and vacuums will also be available.

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The carwash is expected to be completed by the end of the year, reported the article. The building will resemble an airplane hangar to reflect the city’s ties to aviation.

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