What better use of your Friday lunchbreak than getting a free lunch and getting your car all nice and sparkly for the weekend?

Silverstar Car Wash, one of the country's fastest-growing car wash brands, is aggressively expanding its Midwest footprint with the opening of its first car wash in the Quad Cities this Friday.


“Drivers across the Midwest know Silverstar for the nation’s best car wash experience. And we’re excited to bring that to the Quad Cities,” says Marty Donat, Grand Opening Manager with Silverstar Car Wash. “It’s our mission to be the first choice car wash in every market we serve by providing a consistent experience and bettering our employees and the community.”

The newest Silverstar Car Wash will open at 306 Avenue of the Cities in East Moline on Friday at 12pm with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce. Free lunch will be available starting at 11am while supplies last.

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All weekend long, Silverstar Car Wash will provide free car washes all weekend as part of the celebration.

Plus, Grand Opening attendees can enter to win tickets to see Ben Folds in concert at the Captiol Theatre on August 13th.

In addition to free washes, new Unlimited Wash Pass members who sign up at the new location this weekend will enjoy special pricing: $10/month for the first four months of their membership.

Unlimited Wash Pass memberships start at just $19.95 per month. All membership levels include free vacuums, prep towels, mat cleaners, tire inflation stations, and windshield washer fluid stations. Members are able to use their Unlimited Wash Pass at any of Silverstar’s nearly 30 locations across the Midwest.

Silverstar Car Wash operates a network of car washes in South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Illinois offering Unlimited Wash Pass members access to a Silverstar wherever they live, work, and play.

There's free lunch, so you know Hairball's going to be there broadcasting live from 11am-1pm!

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Stop by, say hey, get free lunch, get a free car wash, and enter for your chance at some tickets!

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