Mike’s Carwash to open first of two new locations in Centerville


Mike’s Carwash will open its second location in the Dayton area on Wednesday at 6250 Far Hills Ave. in Washington Twp.

The company has a car wash in Beavercreek and will open a third location in Centerville at 915 South Main St. later this summer.

»RELATED: Founder of car wash with area locations dies in collision

“We have been looking forward to expanding in the Dayton market for quite some time and are thrilled to be joining the Centerville community,” said Mike Dahm, president of Mike’s Carwash. “Our team members make the difference and we are excited for the people of Centerville to experience our outstanding customer service.”

The business is one of the largest exterior-only car wash chains in the country with 20 locations in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

»RELATED: Wash your car like a pro to protect its value

To benefit local charities, the business will host grand opening free wash weekends for both the Far Hills location as well as the South Main Street location.

For more details on Mike’s Carwash, visit here.



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