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What You'll Get
Unlike cats and germaphobes, automobiles need to be reminded to wash themselves. Drop a blatant hint to your lazy ride with today's Groupon: for $25, you get three Directors car washes (a $57 value) at Celebrity Car Wash and Maintenance Center, located in Flower Mound.
Celebrity Car Wash cleanses star-worthy motorcoaches with a selection of luxurious and environmentally friendly services, including the prestigious Directors wash, named after Alfred Hitchcock's notoriously rust-free chassis. Following a thorough soft-touch bath, the friendly technicians will tickle grit and grime from car windows, wheels, and exteriors, before guarding it against chafing with a microfiber towel-dry. Next, a complete interior purging, clear-coat protectant, and triple-foam polish impart a lasting luster inside and out, and a celebrity fragrance will help give credence to your insistence that Dom DeLuise has been haunting your glove compartment. While car's end their spa day with a tire shine and undercarriage treatment, owners can pamper themselves with free WiFi, Starbucks coffee, and several TV sets, or synchronize their watches to start the clock on Celebrity Car Wash's 48-hour guarantee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Celebrity Car Wash and Maintenance Center
Celebrity Car Wash and Maintenance Center opens its work bays to vehicles in need of aesthetic and performance upkeep. The full-service shop features a tier of car-wash and detail services that eject road grime from paint jobs and Swamp Things from passenger seats. ASE-certified mechanics stand at the ready in the lube-and-maintenance shop, where they stage tune-ups and revive rides with products from Pennzoil and Zak Chemicals. While they wait, auto owners can surf the free WiFi at the computer bar, grab a cup of Starbucks java, or stare unblinkingly at TVs.