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Ohio mobile detail company expanding nationally

SIDNEY, Ohio — Wax Wagon currently is looking for partners in new areas who will receive a trailer with the company logo as well as all equipment, training and access to the company’s online marketing.

SIDNEY, Ohio — The Wax Wagon America LLC mobile car-detailing business currently is working to expand its services nationally, according to SidneyDailyNews.com.

The owners — Michael Keckley, Andrea and Scott Borchers and Damian Cox — currently are looking for partners in new areas nationwide, the article explained, who will receive a trailer with the company logo as well as all equipment, training and access to the company’s online marketing for a $25,000 to $30,000 fee.

The article reported Wax Wagon works in four-person crews who handle 10 to 12 vehicles per day for auto detailing jobs that begin at $95, which makes up about 90 percent of business.

The company performs a wide variety of detailing services, according to the article, including tar removal, rust removal and paint restoration on everything from private cars to corporate fleets, semi-trucks, boats and tractors.

“[We detail] anything that drives, flies or floats,” Keckley said in the article, adding he even once cleaned an elephant.

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