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Geowash Hand Car Wash and Detailing Cafe Franchise

Geowash is a Proven Carwash Business Concept and has a track record of success for more than 15 years. It is operating in more countries than any other car wash brand in the world with a presence in over 35 countries internationally. Geowash is a global brand that has been built on a strong marketing and operations foundation. From our unique culture and marketing philosophy, our Global partners

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Current Franchise Opportunities
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SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL - MASTER FRANCHISE RIGHTS - HAND CAR WASH & DETAILING BRAND

Investment Required:
$50,000 to $100,000

State/Territory: QLD - Other

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Moonee Ponds, VIC

Investment Required:
$250,000 to $500,000

State/Territory: VIC - Other

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Mooroopna, VIC

Investment Required:
$250,000 to $500,000

State/Territory: VIC - Other

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Superfinish Express

Superfinish Express is the market leader in providing mobile paint and plastic repairs to the automotive trade. Superfinish Express provides an excellent business opportunity for self-motivated people who are looking to combine income, lifestyle and job satisfaction. Better still, no experience is required – we provide you with all the training, resources and support that you will need

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The Leather Doctor

The business began as a one person operation in Brisbane in 1989 as simply The Vinyl Doctor. Work in those early days was rather simple. A few basic tools, a small ad in the Yellow Pages and a Toyota Hilux saw it’s beginning. Repairs were mostly in the form of cracked dashboards, car door trims, consoles and the odd piece of furniture. In the late 90’s and after a few more

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