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Mister Car Wash partners with community service organizations
Professional Carwashing & Detailing
Now that school is back in session, parents’ pocketbooks can quickly spread thin from backpacks and school supplies to sports equipment, uniforms, medical care and more, according to a press release. To help keep parents’ finances secure, community service organizations across 18 states in the U.S. have partnered with Mister Car Wash, stated the release.
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Space fundamentals to better serve man's best friend
Professional Carwashing & Detailing
A number of additional profit centers exist that allow car washes to appeal to more customers and grow revenue. Offering more products and services, like pet washes, can attract new and different patrons to your business and help an owner cultivate a more diverse and successful wash.
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Search for security brings additional benefits
Auto Laundry News
After two separate incidents of theft that resulted in a loss of $1,200 in quarters, Kimberly Berg, the owner of Citrus Heights Car Wash in Citrus Heights, California, decided that it was time for a change. Berg chose to eliminate the temptation of quarters altogether, and converted from quarters to large, high-security tokens. The tokens not only eliminated theft entirely, but also allowed Citrus Heights Car Wash to accept credit cards and opened the door to unique promotions.
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McLennan County, Texas, to lead water conservation plan, aided by grant
Waco Tribune
McLennan County, Texas, has received a $75,000 federal grant to help community leaders draft a plan aimed at conserving water and sharing services. The Bureau of Reclamation grant requires the county to match the federal dollars, and the McLennan County Water Resources Group will discuss a strategy to combine funds to cover the area’s $75,000 share from local cities and agencies.
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Don't blame El Nino: US weather impact won't show up for weeks
Bloomberg
El Nino did it. What, you ask? Well, it depends on whom you talk to, because right now everything from the price of natural gas to the temperature in Central Park is being blamed on the Pacific Ocean phenomenon. The thing is, it doesn’t really start affecting U.S. weather for another few weeks or even months.
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Lawmakers spar over auto safety fixes
The Hill
Lawmakers in the House sparred on Sept. 25 over a set of competing proposals to improve the federal government's oversight of the U.S. auto industry after a series of recalls involving defective car parts. Republicans offered a pair of bills in a House hearing that are intended to address concerns that have been raised by a series of auto recalls that have occurred recently at companies such as General Motors and auto manufacturer Takata.
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Denver car wash shooting leaves two men dead, teen wounded
The Denver Post
Residents in a Five Points, Denver, neighborhood are rattled after a shooting that left two men dead and a 17-year-old boy wounded. Travis Kimbrough-Sanders, 34, and Sergio Evelynmoe, 28, were shot to death the afternoon of Sept. 22 at a gas station and carwash on 35th Street and Downing Street, according to a news release by Denver's medical examiner. Their deaths were ruled homicides. Police said they are investigating whether the shootings were gang-related.
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