International Car Wash Group acquires three sites in Nashville

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With this acquisition, ICWG grows to 29 wash locations in the state of Tennessee, USA. The International Car Wash Group (ICWG) has announced the acquisition of Sudsy’s Car Wash, a business with three locations in the southern suburbs of Nashville, Tennessee.

With this acquisition, ICWG grows to 29 wash locations in the state of Tennessee and 9 locations in the Nashville Metro Area.

“We are very excited to welcome Sudsy’s to the ICWG family,” said Gabe Mendoza, President of ICWG North America.

Sudsy’s first location opened in 2009 in Murfreesboro and the family-owned business has expanded to the Spring Hill and Columbia communities over the last decade.

“We are confident that ICWG is the right partner to maintain the level of service to our customers and communities, as well as the best opportunity for our employees to grow professionally,” said owner Troy VanLiere.

The fast-growing Nashville Metro continues to be a priority for ICWG’s growth plan with previous acquisitions Wash ‘N Roll and Mister B’s marking entry to the area.

Headquartered in Centennial, Colorado the International Car Wash Group (ICWG) is the world’s largest local car wash, cleaning more than 40 million cars a year.  It operates over 900 locations in 14 countries across US, Europe and Australia, with over 200 US venues. The Company was founded in Germany in 1965 under the IMO brand, IMO has expanded to include over 310 sites in Germany, 254 in the UK and over 175 sites throughout the rest of Europe. IMO entered the Danish market in early 2017 and now has 2 sites fully open. ICWG entered the US market in 2015 and operates under the Car Wash USA Express, Goo-Goo Express Wash, Supersonic Car Wash, The Wash Factory, and Mister B’s brands.

Author: Niels Singeling

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