Do you want a free car wash this weekend? - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Do you want a free car wash this weekend?

The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation will benefit from an event designed by Mike's Carwash, celebrating its Grand Opening with FREE carwashes on January 18 and 19. Also benefiting will be Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Ohio Valley.

In lieu of payment for the carwash, a $15 value, customers are encouraged to make a donation.

Proceeds from the Carwash will be evenly divided between the EVSC Foundation and the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Ohio Valley.  All proceeds donated to EVSC Foundation will benefit EVSC schools.

"We firmly believe in supporting local youth, especially through education and mentoring," said Mike's CEO Bill Dahm. "We are very happy to partner with these two outstanding Evansville organizations and hope customers will stop by for a free wash and give generously."

"Mike's Carwash is providing a wonderful service to help to raise funds for EVSC Foundation, which in turn, benefits a wide variety of opportunities, programs, and projects in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation," said Amy Romain-Barron, president of the EVSC Foundation Board."

Located at 1300 N Green River Road, Mike's is open from 7 AM to 9 PM each day of the FREE Wash Grand Opening event.

Family owned and operated since 1948, Mike's Carwash, Inc. is headquartered in Indianapolis and has 42 carwash locations in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.  

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