This week, we cover a groundbreaking for Flying Ace Express Car Wash and detailing legislation.

Flying Ace Express doubles Greater Dayton presence with announcement of sixth location

DAYTON, Ohio — Express Wash Concepts, the parent company of Flying Ace Express Car Wash, announced that construction is beginning on its sixth Greater Dayton, Ohio, location, according to a press release.

The new Flying Ace Express is scheduled to open in Summer 2019 and will be located at Corners at the Mall on North Springboro Pike, the release continued.

Once completed, the company’s signature retro airplane hangar-themed express carwash will feature 20 vacuum stations and a retail office, and it will remain fully staffed during operating hours, the release noted.

“It is humbling to look at what we have accomplished in just four short years, as customer demand for our fast, high-quality and eco-friendly washes continues to fuel our welcomed expansion into additional Greater Dayton communities,” said Dan Eisenhauer, Flying Ace partner and Express Wash Concepts vice president of operations. “We continue to set our sights on responsible growth and look forward to announcing additional Flying Ace Express locations throughout 2019 and beyond.”

The company currently operates express washes in Beavercreek, Washington Township and Huber Heights, with a second Beavercreek location scheduled to open early April 2019, the release added.

A fifth location, currently under construction at 9204 N. Main St. in Englewood, will open in May 2019, the release concluded.

The Car Wash Guru changes Georgia carwash market

ATLANTA — Bentley Brandon, also known as “The Car Wash Guru,” has announced that the Georgia House of Representatives has recognized auto detailing to be worthy of official educational studies, according to a press release.

This means that auto detailing is now considered to be a legitimate curriculum in high schools as well as colleges, the release continued.

In conjunction with the Georgia Department of Education, Bentley and his associates have written the course on auto detailing, and the Department of Education is now facilitating it as a certification program for students who want to learn the trade willingly, the release noted.

The Georgia House of Representatives has now acknowledged Bentley’s efforts for creating this program and blazing a trail for detailers and for continuing education, the release concluded.