KENNEWICK, Wash. — Bush Car Wash plans to open its fourth location in the summer, according to Tri-cityherald.com.
The $1.5 million carwash will be the company’s first in the area, and fourth overall, stated the article. It has two facilities in Pasco and one in Richmond.
The new site will also serve as headquarters for the company, noted the article.
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The wash will feature a 163-foot-long tunnel that can wash up to 10 cars at a time, reported the article. A three-minute wash costs seven dollars, and extra options like waxing and detailing are available.
Thirty-five workers are currently employed by the wash, and that number will increase to nearly 50 when the new location opens, shared the article.
Owner Tim Bush said in the article he operates the business in honor of his brother who came up with the idea for the company. He died from brain cancer.
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