Legends of Car Washing

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G. Thomas Ennis, CEO. of NS Corporation.

Hear how a 14 year old boy parlayed a Saturday afternoon alone into a 54 year career...So Far!

 
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Ivan Barber: The Canadian Legend Started in 1957.


 
 
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The Energizer Bunny of the Car Wash Industry: Fred Grauer.

Fred Tells the Story of Car Washing from a 60 Year Prospective. A Must Hear!

 
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Marshall Paisner: Legend: Founder of the Scrub-A-Dub Car Wash Chain.

Business Man, Family Man, Author, Speaker, Artist and 1978-1979 President of ICA, Talks About His Career, Retirement and Sustaining the Family Business.

 

 
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Martin Geller, Vehicle Wash Systems, Lays Out Car Wash Equipment History 101, Including Washing with Saw Dust & Sound Waves, New Generations Belt Conveyor & Much More!

 
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Barry Graceman, Grace-Lee Products.

Barry Has Lived a Lifetime of Success in the Car Wash Industry!

 
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Frank Hutchens...A Tiger of a Car Wash Legend!

 
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Bill Jurkens: Octopus Car Wash

Bill discusses his ICA Presidency in 1981 & 1982, international travel with ICA & the day Frank Lloyd Wright came to Octopus Car Wash!

 
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Steven Roberts: F. L. Roberts & Golden Nozzle Car Washes.

Steven sits at the helm of the company founded by his Grandfather in1920 with 26 c-stores and stations, 2 truck fueling stations, a gas and oil wholesale business, a diner, 18 Golden Nozzle Car Washes, 9 Jiffy Lube franchises and over 500 employees.

 
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Craig Celentano: Metro Car Washes & Qual Chem.

 
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Bruce Milen: Jax Car Washes

 
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Mike Levin: In the Car Wash Business Since 1961

 
 
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Jack Anthony: Seven Flags Car Wash.

 
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Vic Odermat: Founder of Brown Bear Car Washes.

Octogenarian, Vic Odermat founded the Brown Bear Car Wash chain, of Seattle, WA., in 1957, with $1,500.00 and a work ethic, instilled in him by his parents and the US Marine Corp.

That ethic and hard work have left Vic with plenty of wisdom for younger generations of car washers.

Listen and Learn!

Click here to see news print story featuring Vic and the Bears!

 

 

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Atlanta Legend: Richard Bailey

 
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Tom Brister: Owner of Mr. Tom's Car Washes.