A NEW car wash and service centre, Squeaky Clean, has been opened in Bulawayo.
The new firm, situated along Hebert Chitepo Street, was officially opened on Friday evening.
It offers an extensive range of car cleaning and servicing options.
Squeaky Clean director Matthieu Attala said Bulawayo was open for business and this was the reason he opted to invest millions of dollars. He said those saying Bulawayo was dying should rethink.
“We thought of investing in the city because there are a lot of opportunities. We are offering an extensive range of car cleaning and servicing options (car wash, service and computer diagnostic) for you to select while relaxing in our executive VIP lounge.
“You can grab a game of pool or check your e-mails on the free Wi-Fi, while enjoying a hot or cold drink from the reception,” Attala said.
“We have been open for two months and the people of Bulawayo and beyond have appreciated our services. I would like to challenge people who say Bulawayo is a dying city to rethink because the city is far from dying.
Bulawayo is unique and business people should understand that. If you offer people of Bulawayo services they need you will hardly go wrong,” he added.
Attala said if things go as expected they would open another outlet in the city.
“We can open another outlet in the next five years and start doing home cleaning or what we could say, a delivery car centre. This would be to thank the people of Bulawayo for the unwavering support they gave us,” Attala said.
He added they had employed people of Matabeleland as a way of giving back to the community.
Attala said his company was offering affordable prices.