Mister Car Wash doubles its Washington footprint

Mister Car Wash, the nation's largest car wash company, has doubled its footprint in the state of Washington with the acquisition of seven locations of Bush Car Wash in Kennewick, Walla Walla, Pasco, Richland, and West Richland.

The acquisition brings Mister Car Wash's state wide presence from six to 13 locations.

"Bush Car Wash is a family-run business with deep roots in the community and years of experience providing excellent service," stated Casey Lindsay, vice president of corporate development for Mister Car Wash.

"Our motto of "Inspiring People to Shine" aligns nicely with the Bush's family-oriented approach which will prepare our new team for continued success and give our new Unlimited Wash Club members and customers great service in the Evergreen State," Lindsay concluded.

Owner Tim Bush agreed adding, "When my late brother Ned Gosnell came up with the idea to start Bush Car Wash in 2007, his vision was to provide a premium service for folks across the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas.

Working together with my sons, co-owners in the business, TJ and Blake, we have worked diligently to honor Ned's family and legacy, and we know that entrusting Bush Car Wash to Mister Car Wash will continue his vision."

The Bush Car Wash family also brings with it a rich tradition of giving back to the community, a backbone of the Mister Car Wash brand.