New car wash ready to clean

City Skipper Gal

unnamedThere’s a new car wash in town. Flying Ace Express Car Wash is set to open its washing bays on May 3rd at 4494 Indian Ripple Rd. Opening special offers their best Barnstomer Wash and hot wax upgrade for free from opening day until close on May 9.

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“We always planned to have one or more washes on the east side of town and Beavercreek is a perfect fit with an active community, a strong school district and a vibrant retail presence,” Managing Partner of Flying Ace Express Car Wash, Dan Eisenhauer said. “Beavercreek has been very welcoming and we look forward to a long prosperous partnership.”

Currently, Flying Ace Express Car Wash has two locations. The first being on Far Hills Avenue in Washington Township. The Indian Ripple Rd. location is the second. The owners recently closed on property in Huber Heights and plan to open their third Flying…

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