We’ve been really inspired at the car wash this month by car windscreen art taking the States by storm and especially the talented Scott Wade who’s responsible for the work above. He turns some truly dirty cars into works of art and it’s a far cry from the thoughtless ‘Clean Me‘ and ‘I support XFC‘ we normally see. But we still believe that if your car is dirty enough to write on it then could do with a visit and good clean at one of our car washes.
How Dirty is you Car?
This has led us on a search… we’d like to find the most unloved car in London and give is some much needed attention!
Fancy Winning a Free Full Valet?
If you think you own London’s dirtiest car then drop us a post on our Facebook page, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet with #mydirtycar . Share up to 5 pictures of your car and plead your case as to why you should win a free Full Valet. Our experts here will then pick the car most in need of some deep TLC and give that car a full top-to-toe, or should we say… bonnet-to-boot, treatment.
What’s a Full Valet…
A Full Valet is the very top service you can get at American Carwash….. a full inside and out clean, with shampooing, buffing, polishing, and more. We promise to get your car back to showroom condition. (Although we can’t promise to have it looking like a Rolls if it wasn’t one to start with).
Terms and Conditions:
> 1 x winner will win a Full Valet at one of the American Carwash Branches.
> Each person is limited to one entry only.
> Entries submitted after 10pm on Monday 1st December 2014 will not be counted.
> The winner will be announced on Tuesday 2nd December 2014 and notified by email on the same day.
> The winner will be selected by American Carwash and the car they deem requires a Full Valet the most. The result is final and no discussion will be entered into concerning the outcome.
> By entering the competition you give American Carwash the right to use your name for the sole purpose of identifying you as a winner of the competition on our blog and other social media sites.
> The prize is non-transferable.
> No purchase necessary.