Car Wash News
   
Lustra/Cleaning Systems, Inc
In This Issue December 9, 2015  
ICA News  Industry News  Leadership  Marketing 
 
A.V.W. Equipment Co., Inc.
ICA News
 
   
We've all seen how the expectations of our customers are constantly changing. So it's more important than ever to provide customers with exactly what they want and need in a way that works for them.

Check out how in this article from the most recent issue of CAR WASH Magazine!


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Industry News
 
   
Greenwich Free Press
Mark Curtis and his boyhood friend Chris Fisher have always had an entrepreneurial bent. The duo, co-owners of 19 Splash car wash locations, joke that their rooms were always messy growing up in Greenwich.

"There’s no way either of our mothers would have said cleaning was in our genes," Curtis said. 
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The Age
City dwellers may have no choice but to pay for professional hand cleaning of their cars in the future, as land currently used for self-serve washing bays becomes too valuable, according to some industry insiders. And environmental concerns are discouraging us from washing cars at home. Meanwhile, business people have started using car wash cafes as meeting venues.
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Manteca Bulletin
Work is starting on Manteca’s 11th car wash. The city of Manteca, CA, in November issued a $1.2 million permit to allow Prime Shine to build a 5,129-square-foot car wash at 1050 S. Airport Way. The 1.07-acre site is designed as the first part of a commercial complex that ultimately will include store space to the north and south of the car wash. The facility on the east side of Airport Way will be Prime Shine’s second Manteca location.
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Zep Vehicle Care, Inc.
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Warsaw Chemical Company, Inc.
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Inside Indiana Business
As we head toward the end of 2015, tis the season to take stock of what has been accomplished in our businesses this year. The year’s end is a perfect time to revel in our successes and thoughtfully assess where we may have fallen short. And as the year-end review gets underway, we must not overlook one process critical to company success: employee performance evaluations.
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Memphis Business Journal
Savvy is the business leadership team that communicates an easily-understood organization vision, defines employee expectations in terms of performance, and provides the support infrastructure to accomplish the organization’s goals.
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The Nova Scotia Business Journal
Companies that aren’t analyzing their customer data are missing out on an opportunity to move their businesses forward. That’s the message Tukan Das wants small businesses in the province to hear and act on. Das is the CEO of LeadSift, a Nova Scotia startup that helps enterprises sift through their social media data to generate sales leads.
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USA Today
When Foursquare decided to split its apps a year ago, followers of the location-based service scratched their collective heads. But with those apps — Foursquare and Swarm — parsing data in new ways with new technology, the idea bulb is now lit over those same heads.
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