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Jules Car Wash in Brandon ready to hire after renovations

Jules Car Wash is taking over Florida Car Wash on Brandon Boulevard. ERIC VICIAN | Special to the Times
Published Dec. 6, 2018

Jules Car Wash is taking over what was Florida Car Wash adjacent to Einstein Bagels in Brandon.
The long-time car wash at 654 W Brandon Blvd. is under new ownership, currently undergoing renovations and hiring employees.

The outside property has been re-paved and new equipment has been installed. Jules also has a full-detail Riverview location where it strives to be fast, convenient and offers a 24-hour guarantee on full-service packages ranging from $46.99 to $60.99 as part of its wash club.

If it rains within 24 hours after your full-service car wash, all you have to do is bring in your 24-hour guarantee receipt and proceed with your car to the exterior dedicated lane for a free exterior rewash.

Visit julescarwash.com for exterior wash pricing that starts at $6, information on joining the wash club, purchasing gift cards, joining the text club to receive special offers and more.

Reached for comment, the Jules Car Wash office said interviews for prospective employees would take place onsite. Call (813) 681-2764 or email julescarwash@gmail.com if you are interested.

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