Mint Eco Car Wash proudly wears camouflage

Mint Eco Car WashMint Eco Car Wash

It is not every day a car wash company is given a Seven Seals Award by the army. Yet this is exactly what happened last week in Palm Beach, where Mint Eco Car Wash was rewarded for their efforts to employ and support veterans.

In a formal, military color guard ceremony last week, Mint Eco Car Wash received the Seven Seals Award. It was presented by the Department of Defense’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

Mint Eco received the award “for meritorious leadership and initiative in support of the men and women who serve America in the National Guard and Reserve.”

Humbled

The award comes on the heels of Mint Eco’s top leadership winning the Department of Defense’s Employer Patriot Award in April this year. “We are even more humbled to receive this award now as an entire organization”, said Mint Eco-CEO Geoffrey Jervis during the award ceremony. “We set out at Mint Eco years ago to make people happy, and that mission includes taking care of our servicemen and women. These heroes are time and again some of our best employees, and we look forward to taking care of them and their families as they build careers and lives alongside the military.”

50 new locations planned

Mint Eco Car Wash was founded in 2019 in West Palm Beach and now has grown to over 100 employees. It has washed hundreds of thousands of cars in Palm Beach County to date. Mint Eco was also recently voted “2022 Best Car Wash in Palm Beach County” by the Palm Beach Post.
The company has plans to develop 50 more locations in Palm Beach County over the next several years.

Also read: 

  • Splash Car Wash enters Liverpool
  • Mammoth buys Mr. Squeaky
  • Big money has entered the car wash business
  • Soapy Joe’s car wash launches NFT collection

Author: Rene Passet

Add your comment

characters remaining.

Log in through one of the following social media partners to comment.