Brown Bear Car Wash: saluting veterans and service military with free car washes

  • Friday, November 10, 2017 8:55am
  • Business

Brown Bear offers free “Beary Clean” car washes at 24 tunnel wash area locations to current or former members of the military on Veteran’s Day – Saturday.

For locations of Brown Bear’s automated “tunnel wash” locations visit brownbear.com.

The Veterans Day offer operates on an honor system, and no verification or documentation is required. Upon arrival, drivers should identify themselves as a current or former member of the military to the wash attendant.

Brown Bear will also proudly donate $1 for every car washed on Saturday to the Puget Sound Honor Flight. For the past three years, the company has donated more than $30,000 to support Honor Flight’s mission of transporting Western Washington war veterans to visit memorials in Washington, D.C.

A proud Marine Corps veteran, Brown Bear President and CEO Victor Odermat started the company in 1957 with a single location in Seattle at 15th Ave West. Brown Bear now owns and operates 45 car washes throughout the Puget Sound area and Spokane.

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