Domestically owned and operated BriteWash Automobile Clean celebrated its opening with a ribbon reducing celebration Saturday.
The $5 million facility close to the intersection of Battlefield Parkway and Rt 7 presents both equally inside and exterior vehicle detailing expert services.
Started by hotelier and Leesburg resident Greg Miller, BriteWash gives a regional choice to automobile clean chains. Miller has dedicated to increasing resources for nearby and countrywide nonprofits, universities, associations and corporations. BriteWash also presents weekly discount rates for company industry staff, initial responders and educators. And, in its 1st month of procedure, BriteWash elevated additional than $2,000 for St. Jude Children’s Analysis Hospital.
He explained he has a aim of elevating $50,000 for St. Jude via the close of the year.
“Culminating with this grand opening, BriteWash delivers a courteous, effective, and beneficial vehicle wash encounter to our Loudoun County neighbors. We are fully commited to delivering superior wash and detail products and services. So much too, our legacy will be fulfilled by embracing the group the place we stay and work by supplying back,” Miller stated.
BriteWash was designed with environmental conservation and sustainability in head, together with a sophisticated drinking water reclamation procedure which supposed to provide among best reuse of water among any motor vehicle clean procedure, alongside with ozone-based mostly washers that function on chilly drinking water, decrease water use, and reduce the have to have for detergents. The facility is also developed to be electrical power productive and implements a recycling program.
“I want to explain to all people all-around the globe what a excellent idea this is and how liable it is. We have to recognize that autos that want to be cleaned and car washes use a whole lot of water,” Leesburg Mayor Kelly Burk said. “The actuality that [BriteWash] is recycling that [water] is noteworthy and we’re really extremely happy that you selected Leesburg for your location.”
Inside, the automobile wash contains “The Pit End,” a store presenting a range of pre-packaged treats, drinks and frozen treats alongside with vehicle-oriented goods like hanging air-fresheners, Armor All wipes and Rain-X. For the young children, they give complimentary freshly popped corn and a gentle exhibit for the little ones. And they have their own coffee, “Pit Crew Brew,” from Leesburg roasters Sq. Ft. They hope to offer you area beers and wines and is operating to protected an ABC license.
The grand opening celebration elevated dollars and awareness for Loudoun nonprofit Cell Hope, and the automobile clean options to provide positions to Mobile Hope consumers.