Flying Ace Express Car Wash Raises Record $ 21,628.63 for Mason Food Pantry
MASON, OH -- Flying Ace Express Car Wash celebrated the grand opening of its 14th express car wash location with 10 days of free car washes alongside a monetary donation campaign for the Mason Food Pantry. Flying Ace collected $21,628.63 in monetary donations for the Mason Food Pantry, the largest grand opening donation total in the Company’s history.
During the grand opening, Flying Ace offered a free signature “Flying Ace” car wash ($18 value) to every customer in exchange for a monetary donation to Mason Food Pantry. Flying Ace Express Car Wash also offered discounted retail gift cards with 100% of proceeds being donated directly to Mason Food Pantry. ChemQuest, an industry leading car wash chemical products and service provider for Flying Ace Express, also stepped in and generously donated $1,000.
Throughout the grand opening period Flying Ace in Mason gave away more than 3,039 free car washes at a retail value of over $54,000.
“Our ultimate goal with our Grand Opening donation campaigns is to make significant, positive change in each community we operate in, and we find we do that best when we support great, hyper-local nonprofit organizations such as the Mason Food Pantry,” said John Roush, Express Wash Concepts CEO and Moo Moo Express Car Wash Founder. “This record donation will provide thousands of meals to hundreds of Mason families in need, which is a cause we are more than honored to help support.”
Founded in 2002, the Mason Food Pantry’s vision is to see individuals empowered. They do this by fulfilling the basic food needs of those in a crisis or emergency situations in the Mason community. Additionally, they offer healthcare products, household items, and toiletries for individuals and families who have temporarily come into financial hardship and need assistance.
Flying Ace Express is Dayton, Ohio and Richmond, Indiana’s leader in the high-end, express car wash market. The company currently operates 14 express washes throughout Greater Dayton, Ohio including Beavercreek, Englewood, Huber Heights, Kettering, Mason, Riverside, Hamilton, Moraine, and Richmond, Indiana.
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