PHOENIX — GO Car Wash has acquired Cascades Car Wash in Bonner Springs, Kansas, and Independence, Missouri, according to a press release.
The acquisition brings GO Car Wash to a total of nine units in the region this year, the release continued.
“GO Car Wash’s business model focuses on excellent service, and we’re looking forward to bringing that to both [the] Independence and Bonner Springs locations,” said Darren Skarecky, CEO of GO Car Wash. “This acquisition affirms our aggressive growth plan to expand to more than 20 washes in the region.”
With a goal to build a multi-regional, customer-centric carwash company, GO Car Wash is focusing on clusters throughout secondary cities across North America, the release noted.
“We are excited to add these carwashes to our portfolio,” said Skarecky. “Over the next four months, we will relaunch all of our Kansas City carwashes under one GO Car Wash brand.”
The commitment to cutting-edge technology and environmentally friendly products will establish GO Car Wash as the most advanced carwash in the region, the release stated.
“We are investing heavily in new technology, such as license plate recognition for our GO Club unlimited members, improved cleaning technology, self-serve pay terminals and eco-friendly chemicals to better clean customers’ cars,” said JT Thomson, COO at GO Car Wash.
Moreover, a renewed emphasis on customer service, professionalism and consistent training for teammates will enhance the GO Car Wash experience for each customer, the release added.
“As we continue to grow, we are enlarging our GO Car Wash team with high-energy, customer-focused teammates and providing them the opportunity to join a bigger company with a strong career track,” said Thomson. “We are aggressively looking for the right opportunities to continue to grow in the region and are thrilled about prospects in the pipeline.”
Established in 2019, Phoenix-based GO Car Wash is targeting high-quality exterior express carwashes, with a multi-pronged growth strategy focused on acquisitions, partnerships and new site build outs, the release concluded.