In the Technology content path at The Car Wash Show 2019, available only to Premium Pass holders this May in Nashville, you’ll learn the impact technology can have on the growth and future of your business.
Source: CNBC Self-driving car start-up Aurora announced Thursday that it has raised more than $530 million in funding, from investors including Amazon, Sequoia and the investment arm of energy giant Shell.
If signs could talk, the Elephant Car Wash billboard at Denny Way and Aurora Avenue in Seattle would have a lot of stories to tell. Since the legendary car wash opened in 1956, the rotating pink elephant has witnessed the Space Needle go up and Amazon’s headquarters emerge from former parking lots just a few blocks away.
Source: Kentucky New Era Longtime owners Jon and Kathryn Wilkins have sold their WaterWorks Car Wash and Oil Change in Hopkinsville, Ky., to Finish Line Car Wash, a Paducah, Ky.-based company that owns seven other car washes in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Splash customers throughout Connecticut made a big difference with small actions this past holiday season. Splash Car Wash donated $4,000 to local shelters, while its customers at locations in Shelton, Fairfield, Norwalk, Wilton, Stamford and Cos Cob participated in a gift drive to help children at the shelters.
As high-powered executives are increasingly flocking to digital-technology-free retreats, where they can spend time outdoors, work out, and meditate, some say that these digital detoxes are missing the mark in aiming to treat an obsession with tech.
It’s not easy for a new CEO to take the reins of an iconic company from a legendary leader. But Kevin Johnson is proving that he has what it takes to build on the legacy of Starbucks’ charismatic Founder and CEO, Howard Schultz.
Millions of content pages are published online every day. Chances are good that yours may need some help to meet the goal of generating traffic, leads, conversions or revenue. And as other businesses are finding success with content, what are they doing that you’re not?
Businesses sometimes like to dip a toe at a time into marketing. Unsure of how much to spend and where to spend it, these owners choose to start slowly. But that's where they go wrong because it takes an "all-in" commitment to get the ball rolling in the right direction.