Brown Bear Car Wash
donated $10,581 to support the Fred Hutch Climb to Fight Cancer—the result of a one-day fundraising effort. The Seattle-based, family-owned company donated $1 for every car washed at its 22 tunnel locations
on Thursday, June 30.
“Brown Bear Car Wash is proud to support the Fred Hutch Climb to Fight Cancer, and we appreciate the support of our customers,” said Victor Odermat, Brown Bear’s founder and CEO. “Private support remains vital for scientists at Fred Hutch as they continue pioneering life-saving research.”
For more information, visit the Fred Hutch Climb to Fight Cancer
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About Brown Bear Car Wash
The family-owned company, through its parent company, Car Wash Enterprises, Inc., owns and operates a total of 44 car wash facilities in Washington State as well as a large network of gas stations and convenience stores. Founded in 1957 by Victor Odermat, it is one of the largest privately held car wash chains in the U.S. and is widely recognized within the industry as being a leader in the environmental movement.