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Manteca business owner says thank you to service personnel with free car wash

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POSTED November 9, 2012 1:30 a.m.

Rain or shine on Veterans Day this Sunday, veterans will be able to take advantage of the free car wash service courtesy of Francene Escobar, owner of Quicki-Kleen Car Wash in Manteca.

This service to “all military service personnel” has become a tradition at the independent-owned service station on East Yosemite Avenue, corner of Washington Street in Manteca, which was started by Escobar several years ago.

“I do it to show Quicki-Kleen’s support for our armed forces, and to reward the veterans for their service, and because I like to bless people. I get the blessing right back,” said Escobar whose own brother was killed in Vietnam.

“Thank you for serving our country!” reads the message of the flyer announcing the complimentary #1 car wash at Escobar’s neighborhood business which is a “proud participant of Grace For Vets” through which Quicki-Kleen is giving this special offer.

The complimentary car wash will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Last year, 87 military personnel accepted the car wash offer.

“We got a lot of guys come here. To me, this is a blessing,” Escobar said.

She and her 17 employees are also gearing up for their annual turkey drive for the needy in Manteca during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

For more information about the free car wash for veterans, visit graceforvets.org or www.quickikleen.com

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