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Long-standing Fairfax County family car wash business sells locations

Embassy Autowash in McLean (via Google Maps)

A family business that operated for over half a century has sold its Fairfax County car wash locations.

Embassy Autowash sold its five car washes to Flagship Carwash, the latter announced on Monday (May 2).

One is located at 10874 Fairfax Blvd. in Fairfax, and two are in Fairfax County: 6814 Old Dominion Drive in McLean and 6217 Rolling Road in West Springfield.

Over the coming months, the locations will be upgraded and updated under the Flagship brand, the company said in a news release.

“Until then, membership programs will remain status quo for both Embassy and Flagship locations,” Flagship said.

The other two car washes that changed hands are in Manassas and Potomac Falls. While the Manassas location is immediately undergoing renovations, the other four are remaining open presently.

“Flagship has been building our presence in Northern Virginia for years and we look forward to continuing to expand our best-in-class car wash technology and service to the communities in which we serve,” Flagship Carwash President Guy Paolozzi said in a statement.

Embassy Autowash didn’t immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

Prior to the acquisitions, Flagship had five locations in Fairfax County: one co-located with Chick-fil-A in Vienna, two in Herndon, one in Chantilly currently undergoing renovations, and an Annandale site that’s scheduled to be renovated, according to its website.

Photo via Google Maps

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