Weeks after devastating tornadoes tore through the City of Kokomo, Ind., Crew Carwash, a long-standing Central Indiana carwash organization, is partnering with the United Way of Howard County to raise funds for the city’s tornado relief fund.
On Saturday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 11, Crew Carwash donated 50 percent of all Works washes, a $15 value, and Ultimate washes, a $19 value, at its Kokomo location (1824 E Hoffer Rd.) to the United Way of Howard County. Crew also accepted cash donations throughout the day. All funds raised will go to providing disaster relief to those affected by the storm.
“Weeks after tornadoes caused terrible destruction in Kokomo, many residents are displaced and still in need of help,” said Sally Grant, executive vice president of Crew Carwash. “We are so proud to be a part of the Kokomo community and it is our hope that we raise significant funds to help out our neighbors in Howard County.”
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About Crew Carwash
Founded in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 68 years ago, Crew Carwash is one of the largest exterior-only carwash companies in the U.S. and has been honored as a “Top Workplace” by the Indianapolis Star, “Best Places to Work in Indiana” by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and “Top Small Workplace” by The Wall Street Journal. To learn more about Crew Carwash or find a location near you, visit www.crewcarwash.com