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Mr. Clean Car Wash is selling franchises. Besides its initial 16 locations in Georgia and Ohio that Proctor & Gamble months ago invested in, there are now seven more that are under development in the southeastern United States.
According to a company announcement, Mr. Clean Car Wash is accepting franchise applications anywhere in the country.
But the company told the Forth Worth Business Press that Texas is even more special.
Mr. Clean Car Wash has announced plans to open its first Texas franchise in Round Rock, just outside Austin, by spring 2010, with a goal of 20 more locations throughout Texas, including some in Dallas-Fort Worth....
Those three markets are Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and Houston. The North Texas areas are identified as Denton, Southlake, Lewisville, Arlington, Frisco, Richardson, Burleson and Cedar Hill.
“Texas is an ideal location for our business,” said Bruce Arnett Sr., CEO of Mr. Clean Car Wash. “The climate, the size of the markets, the economy - Texas is a big opportunity for us.”
Controversial franchise executive Mr. James H. Amos, who has a litany of franchise lawsuits in his background, joined Proctor & Gamble's franchising efforts last year to help spin off the consumer good giant's first foray into franchising -- Mr. Clean Car Wash.