Wash Talk Ep. 24: Keeping a Watchful Eye - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Wash Talk Ep. 24: Keeping a Watchful Eye

This audio reading of “Keeping a watchful eye” discusses the top five benefits of having a surveillance system in place at a carwash.

This episode of Wash Talk is an audio reading of the article “Keeping a watchful eye” by Kristen Corbisiero, a freelance contributor and former managing editor of Professional Carwashing & Detailing, that was featured in our July 2018 issue. The article discusses the top five benefits of having a surveillance system in place at a carwash.

In this article, Corbisiero spoke with industry expert:

  • Curtis Ray, vice president of Acquire Video Security.

You can read the transcript of this podcast here.

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