Sparkle Wash Professional Pressure Washing Opens in Pinellas County, Florida

Press Release updated: Oct 30, 2017 16:20 EDT

Sparkle Wash International Franchise Division is pleased to announce the grand opening of our 84th franchise location – Sparkle Wash Pinellas County Professional Pressure Washing company.

“We are very excited to service Pinellas County including Clearwater, St. Petersburg and surrounding cities,” said Jack Walsh, President, Sparkle Wash Pinellas County. When asked “What makes Sparkle Wash different?” Jack replied, “Our patented pressure washing equipment and the on-going training we receive sets us apart from other companies and allows us to pressure wash a wide variety of surfaces in the Commercial, Residential and Fleet markets.”

After attending a week’s training at the Sparkle Wash corporate headquarters in Oakwood Village, Ohio, Michael Klavora, President of Sparkle Wash International noted that “Jack prides himself on proper cleaning techniques and reliability, and that’s what he promises to deliver. Jack recognizes that every project is different, and he will quickly assess what’s needed from the proper water pressure to which effective cleaning agents are needed, he caters his services to meet your needs and recommends a customized plan that’s right for you and your budget.” Sparkle Wash Pinellas County began operations on Oct. 16, 2017.

Sparkle Wash International is a pressure washing franchise organization located in Oakwood Village, Ohio. Sparkle Wash International has been selling and managing franchises for over 50 years and currently has units operating throughout the United States Canada, Taiwan, Japan and China. For more information regarding franchise opportunities go to www.sparklewashfranchise.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Lisa Schroll
Sparkle Wash International
800.321.0770
[email protected]

Source: Sparkle Wash International

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