The mobile car care company’s presence is projected to grow by 42% in its first year of franchising, according to the company. - Photo courtesy of Get Spiffy, Inc.

The mobile car care company’s presence is projected to grow by 42% in its first year of franchising, according to the company.

Photo courtesy of Get Spiffy, Inc.

On-demand car care, technology, and services company, Get Spiffy, Inc., announced its latest geographic expansion, led by the launch of four new franchise locations in Indiana, New York, North Carolina, and Oklahoma.

In addition to the new franchises, Spiffy continues to bolster its corporate-owned and operated locations across the top 40 metropolitan statistical areas. The company launched a pilot partnership in the Greater Houston area last year. As a result, the combined expansion brings service to the following cities:

  • Albany, NY
  • Houston, TX
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Wilmington, NC

“The last year has demonstrated both a great enthusiasm for our franchise model and the strength of our corporate-owned-and-operated strategy,” said Scot Wingo, Spiffy CEO. “When you look at the diverse set of owners we currently support, it’s clear that there’s increasing interest in our industry, regardless of experience. We want to be a top choice for those seeking an entry point into mobile servicing, whether they are first-time franchisees, long-time business owners, or anything in between.”

With franchises such as Sixt Rental Cars and Big O Tires, Tom Wood Group introduces a Spiffy franchise to the Indianapolis area. Dubbed Spiffy Indy, the organization connects its various businesses with the mobile servicing franchise to local customers and fleet clients throughout Indiana’s capital.

“Starting Spiffy Indy is a move that just makes sense for Tom Wood," added Bill Demaree, group director of fixed operations for Tom Wood Management. "The Indianapolis area is overdue for the opportunity to simplify car maintenance with services that come directly to the customer. Beyond that, we’ve seen firsthand how mobile servicing can increase utilization and drive greater ROI with our Sixt franchise. We’re excited to help Indiana’s fleet owners and managers succeed as well.”

“When we look ahead to this point next year, our goal is to double what we’ve achieved in 2021,” also added Mike Tolzman, VP of franchising at Spiffy. “If there’s anything we’ve learned over the past several months, it’s that this model is a unique opportunity for our owners. It’s been great to support such a quality group of entrepreneurs, and I’m excited to lead the growth over the next twelve months.”

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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