Worthington, Minn., residents know and trust Graham Tire, and now they will have another reason to visit the tire dealership.
Seeing as customers are holding onto their cars, pickup trucks and SUVs longer, Graham Tire has added vehicle-detailing service. And, the company has hired a detail manager and plans to add a three-bay building to house the operation.
“There are a number of car washes in town, but sometimes we do see a need for a hand-washing, or we see vehicles that are in need of attention on the inside,” Graham Tire manager Rick von Holdt told the local newspaper. “The gentleman we’ve got working for us does a phenomenal job.”
Santos Euceda, an expert detailer, is that “gentleman” von Holdt refers to, and he is already hard at work at Graham Tire’s main building. The new detail facility should be up and running in a few weeks, von Holdt said.
Graham Tire now offers seven levels of detailing service, from a basic cleaning job ($19.95) all the way up to a complete detailing job ($289.95) that includes machine buffing to remove scratches, hand application of wax and shampooing the entire interior.