Washe Holiday Party 2017

The Perfect Last Minute Gift

Forget to buy a Secret Santa or white elephant gift? We’ve all been there, and we have the perfect thing.  Give them something you know they’ll love, a clean car!

1. Buy Washe Gift Card

Go to The Washe store and select a package. If you can’t decide which to choose, read more about each package here.

2. Download the package gift card image






3. Create an account on walgreens.com


4. Upload the package gift card image

  1. Click the image to visit the photo page.


2. Upload the photo from your computer.


3.  No adjustments are needed! Simply select 4×6 and make sure the photo is in portrait mode.


Don’t have access to a computer? Walgreens and CVS both have mobile apps for you to upload photos and pick up the same day!

5. Pick up the photo on the way to the party!

Most CVS and Walgreens locations have a 30 min pick up time.  Slide your photo into a card and watch your friends fight over this gift!

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A South Florida on-demand car wash app may be just the kind of tool car detailers need to boost business — and help busy business people find a faster way of getting their vehicles cleaned.

Boca Raton-based Washé is on the hunt for more independent contractors in Orlando, after the company expanded its service to the Orlando region in late October.

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Sun Sentinal: New app summons car washers


Meet Stefan Joyal, who founded Washé based in Boca Raton, “the app that cleans your car.”

Downloads the free app from Google play, Apple app store or links throughhttp://, then set up a profile and secure payment through a credit card.

Washé’s GPS summons a nearby car washer in its system within 45 minutes or by appointment. A basic exterior hand wash goes for $20 with additional services for $30 and detailing for $60 or $120.


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South Florida Business Journal: Boca Raton startup expands to the West Coast


South Florida’s on-demand car wash service is taking a road trip out west.

Boca Raton-based Washé announced Wednesday that it is now offering its app-based operation in Southern California after launching in Palm Beach County in April.

The company initially rolled out beta testing to customers throughout Palm Beach and Broward counties. In June, it officially expanded to Miami-Dade and later to major Florida cities such as Naples, Orlando and Tampa. Today, car owners from Los Angeles to San Diego can get their ride washed and buffed at the tap of a screen.

“We are revolutionizing the industry by combining our technology with a network of highly-skilled and experienced car washers that we’ve hand selected to provide the best possible results,” said Washé founder Stefan Joyal.

The Washé app can be downloaded for free at the App Store and Google Play. Users can request a car wash after creating a profile. Using GPS location, detailers arrive within minutes. Users also have the option to schedule a wash for a later time.

According to the company, Washé garnered about 3,000 registered users within the beta testing phase.

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WPTV, NBC: Car Wash App Created by South Florida Man


The Washé ” app, created by Stefan Joyal, allows for drivers to get a quick car wash without leaving home!

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Fox News, WFLX: Washé, The New Smartphone App that Cleans Your Car


BOCA RATON, Fla., April 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Washé is South Florida’s first on-demand mobile application that connects car owners with mobile car washers. The app has already gained momentum with close to 3,000 users during beta testing earlier this year.

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Miami Herald: Washé, 2016’s Answer to the Traditional Car Wash


BOCA RATON, Fla., April 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Washé app uses GPS location services and keeps the consumer updated through every step of the process. Users can select the services they desire from tiered packages which include everything from a basic exterior wash to a full detail. When the job is complete, customers receive a picture of their clean car and secure payment happens automatically.

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