There are other Flying Ace locations in Beavercreek, Washington Twp. and Huber Heights. Another location is currently under construction on Seajay Drive in Beavercreek, with an expected opening by March.
The company is also very close to announcing the sixth location and there’s potential a seventh and eighth will be announced and constructed within the next year, Eisenhauer said.
“We love to be in A locations with, of course, lots of traffic … The Greater Dayton market, we think could handle several more washes and then expand out from there,” he said.
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A Flying Ace car wash lasts three minutes and uses roughly 20 gallons of water, which is about 120 gallons less than used when washing a car at home or older wash facilities, according to a company statement.
“Being my home town, love it, born and raised in Kettering, just love the community, the people, the sense of pride in the Miami Valley,” Eisenhauer said.
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