Keeping your car clean sends a clear signal to your neighbors: I have a clean car, and I deserve to be Block Captain if we have a Block Captain. Make a statement with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for one Blue Suede Shoes full-service wash (a $21.95 value)
- $25 for one month of unlimited Blue Suede Shoes full-service washes (a $54.90 value)
- $300 for one year of unlimited Blue Suede Shoes full-service washes (a $605 value)
The 15- to 30-minute Blue Suede Shoes full-service wash includes an interior and exterior cleaning, underbody wash, triple-foam polish, coat of UV window shielding, Armor All body shield, tire gloss, and fragrance treatment. Every cent goes toward the New Life For Youth organization to help kids overcome addiction, find housing, and build job skills for future careers.
Like the cars that roll through its suds, Wash-n-Roll’s staff members come to the facility scuffed by a long road but leave in better shape than when they arrived. That’s because Wash-n-Roll is a 100% charitable facility operated by people participating in New Life For Youth’s recovery program.
NLFY began in 1971 when Victor and Carmen, a husband-and-wife team, began lodging teens struggling with addiction in their own home to help them get back on track. Today, the outreach organization uses the Wash-n-Roll site as a vocational training center. Each dollar spent on washes—some of which sport rock ‘n’ roll-themed names, such as The Twist or Blue Suede Shoes—goes directly back into NLFY to be used for such programs as helping feed families in need through the Central Virginia Food Bank. Furthering its philanthropic motif, Wash-n-Roll limits its ecological impact by using reclamation tanks to recycle 94% of its water and by repurposing clouds as sponges.
85% of 518 customers recommend
“Great service, and really good to know all proceeds goes to a really good cause.”
“This is a good business and they support a great cause.”
“the workers are fantastic...do a super job on the car inside and out...happy to support this mission”