Mister Car Wash Victorville coming to the High Desert

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Mister Car Wash Victorville

VICTORVILLE – Mister Car Wash announced April 29, the acquisition of four Speedwash locations in Victorville and Hesperia. Mister Car Wash Victorville is the company’s entry into the High Desert community.

“The new locations nicely complement our existing footprint across California,” said Casey Lindsay, Vice President, Corporate Development of Mister Car Wash. “Adding these high-quality locations makes for a strong entry into Victor Valley. We are looking forward to sharing the Mister Experience with their existing customers and the community.”

According to JBS Industries more people are choosing professional washes over at-home services. Analysts expect the global car wash industry to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 3.2% from 2019 through 2025. The industry’s 2019 market size of over $34.19 billion will reach $41 billion in 2025.

Trends that are expected to continue from 2020 are automation, ceramic treatments, membership programs, customer tracking and technology that incorporates mobile apps and online booking services.

Mister Car Wash Victorville

Mister Car Wash offers subscription based car wash services. According to their website, they are the largest car wash company in the United States with over 400 locations. Signature products include Hot Shine Carnauba Wax, T3 conditioner, Repel Shield and Platinum Seal. They have been in business for over 25 years.

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Customers of Speedwash can expect the business to continue operating as normal in the near term. Throughout the coming months, Mister will be working with the team to rebrand the stores and optimize service and product offerings as they fully integrate into the brand.

For information about services and career opportunities with Mister Car Wash Victorville, please visit www.mistercarwash.com.

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