DetailXPerts Creates Green Jobs Through Franchise Ownership

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Business owner develops green concept for washing cars with steam and creates business opportunities for others

Obviously, our quality of living would be crippled with any kind of water shortage

An entrepreneur from Detroit has developed an eco-friendly car wash system that not only creates jobs, but also helps promote the importance of adhering to an environmentally-conscious lifestyle. Emmanuel Williams founded DetailXPerts in 2000 at the behest of his then 8-year-old son who suggested Emmanuel formulate a system that utilizes steam to wash cars.

Emmanuel's patent-pending system conserves water by utilizing only two gallons to wash 15 cars versus 40 gallons used for one vehicle in a full serve conveyor car wash. The conservation of earth's most precious resource is of critical importance to Emmanuel, who points out that under the country's current usage habits, 36 states will experience severe water shortages by 2013.

"Obviously, our quality of living would be crippled with any kind of water shortage," Emmanuel said. "So we must create revolutionary ways of preserving it, and I believe our system does just that."

In 2008, Emmanuel and his team have expanded their idea through franchise opportunities. Aspiring entrepreneurs can own and operate their own DetailXPerts franchise, an opportunity Emmanuel estimates will spawn 20 new franchises by September of 2009. He envisions that number growing to more than 100 new franchises by the end of 2010. A projected 30 percent annual growth will expand DetailXPerts to more than 1,100 franchises over the next ten years while creating 30,000 jobs in the process. There are already five locations operating today, each enjoying its share of success.

"The greatest green job that could ever be created is to empower others and give them the tools and business opportunity to create their own green jobs," Emmanuel said.

DetailXPerts offers franchises in 34 states. If you would like more information, visit or call (877) 317-9737.


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