Carwash to give away Free Carwashes in support of local nonprofit
INDIANAPOLIS (August 31, 2021) – Crew Carwash,
“We are looking forward to partnering with the MLK Center here in Indianapolis,” said Sally Grant, executive vice president of Crew Carwash. “We are so proud to continue to grow in the Indianapolis area and are honored to play a role in making an impact on the youth and families in the surrounding community.”
The fundraiser will take place during the official Grand Opening of Crew Carwash. The 38th and Illinois location, located in the heart of Indianapolis, is the 37th Crew Carwash location in Indiana. Open every day from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., the celebration will take place all day Friday and Saturday.
“We look forward to the success of Crew Carwash in our neighborhood and are grateful for their partnership in educating youth, empowering families and building a stronger community,” said Allison Luthe, Executive Director of the MLK Center.
About Crew Carwash
Founded in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1948, Crew Carwash is one of the largest exterior-only carwash companies in the United States. Since conception, Crew has washed over 150,000,000 vehicles and has opened 37 Indiana locations. With nearly 900 full-time and part-time employees, Crew Carwash has received recognition 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. Crew Carwash strives to provide a clean, fast, and friendly wash to every customer, every time. For more information, and a location list please visit www.crewcarwash.com
About MLK Center Indy
At the MLK Center, everyone has the opportunity to learn, play, grow and find peace. By embracing the teachings and philosophies of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the MLK Center provides vital individual skills and family resources that allow residents in the Mid-North neighborhoods of Indianapolis to grow and enhance their lives. Our approach helps people of all ages find – and remain on – their own paths to success and stability. Dr. King believed that conflicts can be resolved peacefully. In a committed Beloved Community, conflict ends with reconciliation of adversaries cooperating in a spirit of mutual respect and goodwill. We work to make this possible in our culture.