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Superior Wash Franchise

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About Superior Wash

Got a truck? Got a fleet of trucks? Superior Wash, the Truck Wash People, can keep trucks clean using its expertly trained, quality conscious professionals. To make sure its work remains a cut above the rest, Superior Wash always schedules a Quality Control Manager to work with its crews, and employs an array of support personnel dedicated to customer service, operations, safety, and environmental maintenance. Superior Wash provides the best on-site truck washing service in the industry, servicing vans, delivery trucks, trailers, tankers, pick-ups, box trucks, garbage trucks, cement trucks, 2-axle or 3-axle trucks and company vehicles.

Full Franchise Information

Opening a Superior Wash franchise is a golden business opportunity in an industry that enjoys low competition and recession-proof demand. Superior Wash provides all franchisees with ongoing support programs, in addition to two months of initial sales assistance for new franchisees and a top-quality sales training course. Also, to free up franchisees from the time-consuming tasks of bookkeeping, Superior Wash performs all billing activities for their franchisees.

Superior Wash Franchise Opportunities – History

Superior Wash was established in 1989, and has expanded through the United States and Canada, now washing more than 47,000 vehicles per week system-wide. Superior Wash is headquartered in Oakland Park, Florida.

Superior Wash Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Superior Wash Franchise Income

The franchise fee for Superior Wash is $21,500. The total investment to open and operate a Superior Wash ranges from $59,820 to $108,405, with liquid cash available of $33,500 to $43,500, and net worth of $150,000. A 10% royalty fee on gross sales is paid to the company.

Superior Wash Business Opportunities: Other Information

Since the federal government passed the Clean Water Act of 1990, whereby all wash water next to storm drains (or rivers) must be collected and transported away for proper discharge or recycling, Superior Wash has implemented water recovery methods that recycle and its water used for washing.

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