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Local car wash gives free car wash to veterans

Our country’s birthday is just hours away and what better way to honor those who serve to defend our independence than with a free car wash.

From 7:30 tomorrow morning until 9:00 at night, In And Out Car Wash will be providing all military veterans with free car washes, usually costing 12 dollars a wash.

In and out has been showing its appreciation to vets for a number of years on 4th of July as well as memorial day.

Employees say it’s the least they can do.

Chris RagoManager, In & Out Car Wash says, “Fourth of July is a pretty big deal, you I mean, it dates back a long time, so it’s a celebration day you know so it’s a way for us to help them a little bit.”

In And Out Car Wash is located on 7th street in Joplin just across from the Target parking lot.


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