DetailXPerts Has Grand Opening July 15

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

DetailXPerts of Greater Chattanooga, one of the newest businesses to join the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15, in Coolidge Park. 

“We’re happy to introduce our eco-friendly business and superior services to the community as well as thank those who helped bring this new Chattanooga business to fruition,” said owner David Graham. 

In addition to the ribbon cutting ceremony, DetailXPerts of Greater Chattanooga is hosting a video scavenger hunt. On the company website there is a video with a special coupon code. Those who watch the video and find the code can redeem it for a 25 percent discount on one truck wash or detailing service.   

The grand opening ceremony will be held on the South End of Tremont Street on Coolidge Park’s North Shore, adjacent to the Chattanooga Theater Center. In addition to the ribbon cutting, there will also be a service demonstration and refreshments will be served. The grand opening is open to the community and there is no cost to attend. 

Members and ambassadors of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce are scheduled to be on hand to assist in the ribbon cutting. 

Supporters from the DetailXPerts Corporate Office will also be in attendance, including DetailXPerts Franchise President Angela Williams, who will offer a few remarks regarding the new DetailXPerts of Greater Chattanooga franchise unit.   

“We’re delighted Angela Williams has agreed to join our celebration," said Mr. Graham.  "My dream of starting my own business using a proven system was made possible in part by her and the rest of the DetailXPerts Franchise team.  I signed on to be a DetailXPerts franchisee because I was impressed with the development of the steam cleaning product and the highly efficient system.” 

DetailXPerts of Greater Chattanooga offers mobile and eco-friendly truck wash and detail services using a steam clean technology. Hours of operation are from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 

For more information on the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony or to view the video and redeem the discount code call 315-7886, or visit the DetailXPerts of Greater Chattanooga website at http://chattanooga.detailxperts.net 


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