Tell us about your business.
We will clean your vehicle and pay attention to the little details that we know make your vehicle shine and become an extension of who you are. A clean vehicle is a joy to drive, brings a smile to your face, and reminds you of the reasons you purchased it, whether it was yesterday or many years ago. We are willing to go the extra mile once we get to your home or place of work.
What makes your business stand out?
Because my husband is a retired military vet, we chose to open a small business that allows us to work together with the same integrity and attention to detail that we learned in our time as a military family. We are a "can do" family that is willing to put the elbow grease in to succeed and make our customers happy.
What inspired you to start this business?
The need to show that customer service is a thing of the present, not just the past.
What is your most popular offering?
Our basic package, because it is so affordable yet incredibly effective in bringing out the beauty of someone's investment.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Getting to work with my spouse, my best friend, after all the long deployments.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Most popular offering: Our basic package
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