The Car Wash Hall of Fame Award Nominations are open
The most prestigious award in the car wash branche is The Car Wash Hall of Fame Award. Since 1962 this award praises those car wash professionals, operators as well as suppliers, who have made a lasting impact on the professional car wash industry. Individuals are recognised at the association’s conventions, The Car Wash Show and Car Wash Show Europe.
The Award is the industry and association’s highest honor. The selection is based on criteria like leadership, collaboration and longevity. Leadership means the candidate should be widely recognised as a successful leader in their market or field, or have successfully led their organisation to a leadership position. When nominated for collaboration the candidate should have demonstrated a willingness to help others to be successful in the car wash business.
Longevity means the candidate should have established a “full career” in the car wash business. Other character traits which are important for nominees are industry support and innovation. Industry Support means the candidate should have served on car wash association boards or committees or supported industry programs. To succeed in innovation the candidate should have brought new thinking, ideas or products/processes to the car wash business.
In 2018 Roy Wakefield of Mr. Car Wash in Houston, Texas received the award and was inducted into the Car Wash Hall of Fame. Wakefield is considered to be a industry legend. If you want to nominate a candidate for The Car Wash Hall of Fame Award you can click here and fill in the form.
Award for Car Wash Innovation of the Year 2023
Who will win the Car Wash Innovation of the Year Award 2023? You are welcome to submit an innovative new product that contributes to the car wash industry. The award will be presented during Car Wash Show Europe 2023 in Amsterdam. The innovation award is divided into three categories: sustainability, digitalization and technology. Winners will… Read more ›
Hosepipe ban in UK’s Southwest extended
Car owners in the Southwest of the United Kingdom ar not allowed to wash their vehicles privately. Because of continued drought, a hosepipe ban has come into force across large parts of Devon, the BBC reports. South West Water (SWW) said the extended restriction would help replenish water supplies at Roadford reservoir ahead of the… Read more ›
Gheeraert opens second truck wash in Bruges, Belgium
Belgian transport company Gheeraert is expanding with a second truck wash for trucks in the region. The new location opened last weekend near the historic city of Bruges. Gheeraert’s first truck wash was established 17 years ago in Loppem, in the Belgian province of West Flanders. “At some point it became way too busy there,”… Read more ›