CLEan Express Auto Wash of Cleveland, OH has announced the donation of $8,300 to Cleveland’s Center For Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL), a non-profit organization, to help further their mission of igniting student learning, creativity, and success through the arts. The donations were collected from wash customers at the company’s inaugural Grand Opening/Free Wash Week held September, 2020 at the 4365 Mayfield Rd. location in South Euclid.
During the Grand Opening, CLEan Express Auto Wash offered a free signature “CLEan-est” car wash ($18 value) to every customer in exchange for a monetary donation to CAL. The wash also offered discounted retail gift cards with all proceeds donated back to CAL. Throughout the Grand Opening period, CLEan Express Auto Wash gave away more than 3,800 free car washes at a retail value of more than $68,400.
“During each Grand Opening, we identify and partner with a local non-profit organization to help raise awareness and much needed funding to further their mission,” said John Roush, Express Wash Concepts CEO. “CAL is an outstanding example of a local non-profit that quickly pivoted programming initiatives so they could still reach Cleveland area children, and provide arts education and programming at a time when it’s so desperately needed.”
Part of the Express Wash Concepts portfolio — which includes Central Ohio-based Moo Moo Express Car Wash, Greater Dayton-based Flying Ace Express Car Wash, and Toledo-based Meyers Auto Wash locations — CLEan Express Auto Wash is Greater Cleveland’s newest, premier express car wash with six locations currently open or under construction.
Pictured from left to right: CLEan Express Auto Wash South Euclid site manager Boz Henderson, Express Wash Concepts vice president of operations Dan Eisenhauer, Express Wash Concepts CEO John Roush, Center For Arts-Inspired Learning president and CEO Marsha Dobrzynski, and Express Wash Concepts vice president of corporate development Jeff Gilger.