Crew Carwash Testing New Service

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(photo courtesy Crew Carwash) (photo courtesy Crew Carwash)
INDIANAPOLIS -

Indianapolis-based Crew Carwash will this fall begin testing a new service. The company has broken ground on its first Xpress Interior Clean service, which will be added to its existing location at Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville.

The new service will feature interior cleaning, including vacuuming, floor mats, interior windows, dashboard, doorjambs, console and cup holders on a moving conveyor belt within eight minutes. The service will be provided in a separate building from the exterior-only car wash. 

"Our roots in carwashing began 70 years ago cleaning the inside and outside of vehicles and we are happy to be able to do this again with an exciting new interior service for our loyal customers of Central Indiana," said Bill Dahm, chief executive officer of Crew Carwash. "A popular request we hear all of the time from customers is to clean the inside of their vehicles for them. We have found a way to fulfill this request and still deliver on our brand promise of Clean, FAST and Friendly."

Crew Carwash says the Xpress Interior Clean service will debut in late fall and, if successful, the company plans to strategically add it to existing and new locations.

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