Clocktower Car Wash co-owners, Tim Ferraro and Gus Kearney, present a check for $1,000 to local charities during the business’s inaugural Spring Community Festival as (far right) State Senator Jennifer Boysko (D-33), Delegate Ken Plum (D-36) and others join in the fun.
Photo by Mercia Hobson.
Enjoy a spring community festival, get a car wash and help benefit community charities, PTAs and PTOs. That was what it was all about on Saturday, April 27, at Clocktower Car Wash located at 2501 Centreville Road, Herndon. After new owners Gus Kearney and Tim Ferraro installed premium tunnel wash and state of the art equipment and re-opened the full-service car wash summer of 2018, the pair want to support the community that supports them.
“Many great causes are helping to make our community better, and we thought this festival would be a great way to bring some attention, and a little money, to them,” said Kearney. By donating 25 percent of the day's proceeds as directed by patrons to Link, Inc., Herndon Village Network, Fairfax County Animal Shelter, PTAs and PTOs, Clocktower Car Wash raised money for local charities and organizations. Virginia Sen. Jennifer Boysko, (D-33) and Virginia House Delegate Ken Plum (D-36) joined Kearney, Ferraro and others for the check presentation totaling $1,000.
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