The city’s newest soccer club is taking the city’s soap-making to another level, and now that it has its own brand, it’s one of the hottest in the league.
Orlando City SC has a $3.9 million deal to make soap at the Orlando International Airport and its next product line will be its $3 million “Car Wash” line, which it will sell at local shops in the city.
The club said that it plans to introduce a new line of car wash and bath products in 2017.
The soap, made from plant oils, is designed to wash and condition cars and the rest of its product line is made from the same ingredients.
Orlando’s soap and car wash line, a first for the league, will be available for sale at the end of the month at a new retail location in the area, Orlando-based local retail site Bayside Barber Shop told the Orlando Sentinel.
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The soap will be sold at the new Baysides Barber Shop retail location, which has been open since July, Orlando Local Business Journal reported.
“We are proud to bring a brand to Orlando that is more inclusive and accessible for all fans,” Orlando City general manager Paul McDonough said in a statement.
“We are confident that this brand will be the first of its kind for Orlando and will serve to enhance our team’s experience with customers in Orlando and beyond.”
The club has also been selling a line of bar soap and other products that include a special line of body wash, which is available exclusively at the club’s stores.
At the time of publication, the club was in the process of making more than $1 million in revenue from its business and had about 2,000 members.