Car wash clubs, theatres that specialize in car wash and other car wash services, will be able to offer their own car wash at its own venue.
Theatre owners will be required to provide their own parking for their car wash premises, and they will be responsible for all costs associated with the parking, such as parking passes, washing, cleaning, etc. In addition, they will also be able make the decision whether they want to use their own vehicles to do the car wash.
So the club owners can choose whether they like to use a car wash or a theatre.
And they can choose how long they want the car-wash to be a part of their business.
If they choose the theatre for the car washing, they have to keep a list of car wash customers, which the theatre owner will use to calculate a weekly profit for the business.
If they choose a theatre for their cars, they are able to provide a car washing service, and the car owner will have to provide the car and wash equipment.
“Car wash clubs have long been an important part of the Broadway community,” says John Stowe, co-owner of the Broadwater Car Wash in Chicago.
“They are not only one of the many ways that people get their cars washed, but also a major source of revenue for local businesses.”
The theatre owners will also get to determine the quality of the carwash services, and whether they are suitable for a particular theatre or area.
A theatre can provide a wash at the theatre’s premises, but that does not mean that a carwash is a part-time business, Stowe explains.
“If a theatre chooses to run a car-washing business for a theatre, that does require a lot of work and a lot more maintenance,” he says.
That is one reason why Stowe says that it is important to be open about the car Wash business.
“It’s important to show that it’s a part time business, that it doesn’t just happen when you come to Broadway.
It’s part of how the theatre is operated.”
For more information, contact the Broadwaters Car Wash at 312-745-8222 or visit the theatre on Facebook.