The International Carwash Association’s annual event, The Car Wash Show, took place April 26-28 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV.
Once or twice a month, my wife and I enjoy piecing together a weekend dinner party for our friends and the occasional relative dropping in from up north.
Arguably, the future of the U.S. car wash industry will look more like corporate America (e.g., McDonald’s) than the familiar locally owned and operated car wash.
The days and weeks after employees start at your company represent a time of unique opportunity. Can you teach them new systems and skills?
Many car wash owner/operators have thought of selling their car washes and perhaps buying another location for car wash development and brand expansion or making some other type of commercial investment such as self-storage...
If the Pareto Principle applies to car washing, some would argue success is 80 percent equipment and 20 percent how the customer is treated. More successful operators would say it is actually the opposite that holds true.
The main concerns in using reclaim water are that it smells, it makes the equipment dirty, and it leaves a film on the car.
Successful car wash operators everywhere know that in addition to their customers wanting their vehicles clean, they expect them to be dry as well, really dry.
It was right around 2011 or 2012 that I started weighing out the advantages and/or disadvantage of selling my flagship car wash that was built and opened in August of 2004.
As car wash technology and equipment transforms over time, and the car wash industry becomes more dynamic, there is a specific need to educate customers, potential investors, and employees.
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