Socrates said, “Life not examined is not worth living.” When it comes to business, my mentor, Jay Abraham says, “Business not examined and re-examined constantly is not worth owning.”
Change is hard. It is uncomfortable, uneasy, and downright daunting at times. Change can sometimes cripple both human beings and their businesses.
In providing training for automotive detailing operations over the years, I have found that a common and recurring theme has been the importance of taking a process approach to detailing.
Innovation allows operators to gain an advantage by means of being different,
As competition intensifies in the car wash industry from another wave of investors and growth of existing networks, operators will become more concerned with their market share.
Last December’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) allowed many within the car care industry to expense and immediately write-off more — including 100-percent temporary expensing deduction for adding needed equipment, vehicles or even...
I have been fortunate to have had dozens of opportunities to provide training at dealership detail centers over the years. An interesting situation arises when I am asked to orchestrate their effort to create a detailing process...
Once upon a time a typical tunnel car wash featured 20 feet of drip space. Conveyors ran at a balanced pace to ensure sufficient dwell, drip, a
Love your car? Get ready to say goodbye: Soon it will be obsolete. We’re moving far beyond cars we drive to cars that drive us.
Although Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield may have been right about love relationships when they penned their hit,
Todd Garey is a lifelong patron of conveyor car washes. In the Midwest, where he hails from, he was a regular customer of a regional car wash chain.
Articles on marketing usually have an attention-grabbing title followed by dozens of helpful tips and tricks to boost business by attracting new customers and keeping existing customers loyal.
In the ever-evolving world of professional car washing, standing pat is never an option.
Most of the industry is turning its back on the self-serve concept. Opting instead to build flex and exterior-only locations as self-serve volume and revenue continues to slip across the car wash landscape.
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