HOLLAND — Amid two deliberate expansions in Holland Township, High quality Automobile Wash introduced Friday the enterprise will shut its longtime location on Eighth Road close to downtown Holland.

“We can’t thanks sufficient on your loyalty all through the years at our East City location,” the corporate wrote on social media Friday, Sept. 23. “We had the pleasure of serving our neighborhood there for over 50 years.

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“This was a really troublesome determination to make for us over right here at QCW, however we have now determined that it’s time to shut the doorways at our 499 E. (Eighth) St. location in order that we are able to proceed to open new doorways for our workforce members and inside our neighborhood.”

High quality Automobile Wash started its five-decade historical past at 523 W. seventeenth St. below the possession of Julius “Sonny” Essenburg and his brother, Jacob.

High quality Automobile Wash started its five-decade historical past at 523 W. seventeenth St. below the possession of Julius “Sonny” Essenburg and his brother, Jacob.

Jacob’s granddaughter Mandi Brower now helms the corporate, which has practically completed exterior building on a wash simply two exits north on U.S.-31. The wash at 2352 N. Park Drive — previously a Pizza Hut — will be a part of remaining places on River Avenue, Washington Avenue and Chicago Drive.

Building is predicted to start quickly on a fifth location, additionally on River Avenue. The wash at 187 N. River Ave. — previously a Burger King — will break new floor with two tunnels devoted to inside detailing along with a conventional exterior wash.

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That wash will exchange one other simply up the road at 243 N. River Ave. — although a gasoline station and comfort retailer will stay. Neither of the brand new builds will embrace a gasoline station, however a rework may be within the playing cards for the present location on River Avenue.

“We’ll most likely make the most of the identical labor, so we’ll open one wash, shut the opposite and swap over our groups,” Brower instructed The Sentinel in March. “We do not have a transparent path on what revamping may appear to be on the current location, however we all know one thing positively must be executed there.”

— Contact reporter Cassandra Lybrink at [email protected] Observe her on Twitter @CassLybrink.

This text initially appeared on The Holland Sentinel: High quality Automobile Wash pronounces closure of Eighth Road location after half a century

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