The Georgia-based company, licensed with Procter & Gamble, wants to open in St. Johns and Clay counties.
Mr. Clean Car Wash is coming to Northeast Florida with at least two locations in Clay and St. Johns counties.
MrClearCarwash.com says it is coming soon to Orange Park in Clay County and to the U.S. 1/Palencia area in St. Augustine on St. Johns County.
Franklin Street Director of Retail Leasing Ricky Ostrofsky said real estate development company Hutton bought the 0.84-acre site of a former gas station in Clay County for development of a Mr. Clean Car Wash.
The site is at 890 Blanding Blvd. Ostrofsky represented the seller.
Property and clerk records show Foxlake Inc. sold the property Aug. 5 to Hutton Orange Park FL ST LLC of Chattanooga, Tennessee, for $850,000.
Mr. Clean Car Wash, named for the well-known cleaning product, says it offers full-service washes as well as express exterior-only services. It offers monthly memberships. It is a licensed brand from Procter & Gamble.
It has been opening express washes in Florida.
The site shows locations in three states: 11 and one coming soon in Georgia; four with four more coming soon in Florida; and one coming soon in Tennessee.
According to yahoo.com, Bruce Arnett Sr. founded Carnett’s Car Wash in 1988 with his sons Bruce, Brett and Brandon in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
They entered a working relationship with a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter & Gamble to rebrand as Mr. Clean Car Wash in 2008.
The site says that in 2012, Carnett’s Management Company bought the operating company and became the exclusive licensee of the MCCW brand.
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