Local car wash operator Kew-Gee has officially opened its doors to local residents.
The new store will be located in the city’s new shopping center, on the corner of East and East Grand avenues, and will be open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The shop will also be open on weekends and holidays.
KewGee says that the shop will be a new and exciting addition to the local carwash business, and it plans to bring its local experience to the community.
“We have a lot of experience in the carwash industry,” says co-owner/manager Ryan Goss.
“When we started our business in the beginning, we worked on the street.
We learned from the best and we have some of the best drivers in the business.
And we are bringing that experience to our customers.”
The new shop is also expected to be the first of its kind in Los Angles.
“I think it is the perfect fit for LA,” says Goss, “The area is a very vibrant and eclectic community, with a great shopping district, great restaurants, and great places to eat and drink.
We think this will make a great addition to our community.”
Kew Gee is the second Los Angeles-based carwash to open in the last few years.
In January of last year, Car Wash King opened its first store in LA’s Downtown Los Angeles.
Goss believes that car wash openings are the next logical step for the car wash industry, as it becomes more difficult to find a place to store and serve customers.
“The industry is evolving and becoming more competitive,” he says.
“With the rise of the car, people are looking for ways to make more money and save money and it’s becoming harder and harder to find an established car wash in the market.”
The shop also plans to offer a variety of services, including free cleaning and a car wash onsite, as well as the ability to clean your car after a trip.
Kinship between car owners and car wash employees will also help make car washing more affordable.
KWG will be accepting new car owners in the neighborhood who do not have the cash to buy a new vehicle, but are looking to get a clean car.
“If we can find a customer who wants to get their car serviced, they can get it cleaned and have a car that they can be proud of,” says Kinsman.
KGW hopes that its new car wash will also provide a boost to the neighborhood’s overall car-ownership rate.
“It is a great opportunity for car owners to see what is happening in LA,” he adds.
“There is a lot going on and we think that this will increase the number of people who want to come to our store and get a car service.”
KGW has also added another new car washing location, in the heart of Hollywood.
The location is in the shopping center next to the theater, and the shop plans to open on Saturday, January 16.
KWRG says that KWRL will be opening in the same location as its new LA location, and that KGW is “going to bring the local experience and culture back to our neighborhood.”
KWRX will be the new car-wash at the Westside Mall.
The Westside mall is home to several car wash locations, and KWRK hopes that the new KWRLS location will be one of the last.
“Having the local feel will be so important to our business,” says CEO Paul Clements.
“L.A. is a place that people want to spend time in and a place where they can buy a vehicle and drive it to the grocery store.”
K WRX is also the first car-washing location in Los Osos.
Located on the edge of the Hollywood Hills, KWR X is the latest addition to a long list of car-washes that have opened in Los Santos.
K WR X will be selling a variety types of auto parts and accessories including tires, brake pads, windows, steering, and doors, among other things.
It will also offer free parking and will offer a daily delivery service, which includes free cleaning of your vehicle.
“Our goal is to create a car-free lifestyle for our customers, and we are confident that our new car service will do just that,” says Clements, who added that the company will offer both full and low-cost service for both residents and businesses.
K WX is owned by KWRP, which also owns Car Wash Kings and KWX.
KAWX will open its new location on February 10.
The Beverly Hills-based company is also looking to add car wash options in the area, and is working with KWR and the LA Chamber of Commerce on the project.
“One of the most exciting aspects of being a car washing business is the ability for our employees to interact with customers in a fun and friendly manner,” says