GO Car Wash acquires Wash N’ Go Depot
By acquiring Wash N’ Go Depot, the multi-regional car wash company GO Car Wash expanded its presence on the west coast of the US. They now have a firm presence in Oregon, after taking over the helm of 3 operating sites.
Wash N’ Go Depot Car Wash was long considered the premiere car wash in Southern Oregon. A company with new equipment and a well trained staff. They were running three tunnel washes, in Central Point, Medford and White City.
On their website Wash N’ Go Depot call themselves not just a car wash. It’s an experience and we want each visit to be special and memorable. We strive to find ways to “Wow” our customers every time.
Kelly Geiger, Wash N’ Go Depot Founder, has faith in the future. “Our former team members and customers are going to be in excellent hands with the GO Car Wash team. I am excited to know the business will continue to provide great service to Oregon communities under the GO Car Wash name.”
“Our growth strategy in Oregon is the same as we are executing in other core markets,” adds Chris Andersen, of GO Car Wash. “We enter markets with a platform acquisition of 3+ sites and then follow with aggressive acquisition and greenfield development. We have development partners on the ground in Oregon and we expect to build 25+ sites from northern California to southern Washington, including Portland.”
In late 2021, GO Car Wash hired Nick Koros as its Chief Development officer. Nick has more than 20 years’ experience building roadside consumer brands with Lifetime Fitness, Boston Market, PF Changs, and Starbucks. He will accelerate GO Car Wash’ growth ambitions. “In addition to Oregon, we are building in all core markets such as Kansas City, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Austin, Southern Texas, Southern California, Upstate New York and Virginia”, Koros said.
GO Car Wash currently operates 115 locations in 8 states.