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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Do you have an educator that’s inspired you? Share the gift of a clean car with them so they can ride in style on Teacher Appreciation Day, observed at Quick Quack Car Wash on the first Tuesday in May. Quick Quack will honor all educators and staff on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, by giving a free car wash. Invite your educators and staff to stop by during hours of operation and receive the top wash or a discounted membership.
Teacher Appreciation Day, May 3 at Quick Quack Quick Quack to Provide a Free Car Wash to all Educators and Staff on Teacher Appreciation Day!
“Our teachers go above and beyond in their classrooms to educate and inspire, and this is our way of giving back to them and celebrating all of the good work they are doing for their students and their communities,” said Amaris Garcia, Director of Marketing & Public Relations. “We love our teachers, and we look forward to them riding in style with their clean car after a visit to Quick Quack.”
Annually, Quick Quack Car Wash celebrates educators and staff by giving away free car washes to show appreciation. Quick Quack will offer their Best “Lucky Duck” wash to all educators and staff who show their school badge or ID.
“I’ve had many influential educators throughout my life, and every time our paths cross, I can’t help to express my gratitude to them,” said Leah Lawrence, Marketing Leader at Quick Quack Car Wash. “I enjoy Teacher Appreciation Day as a day to thank them, it’s a simple gesture, but we hope that students, friends, and community members will share this free car wash with their educators and staff.”
Quick Quack invites the community to celebrate their teachers and gift them with a free car wash during this one-day promotion by sharing this with their favorite teachers to stop by any Quick Quack for their free wash on May 3 at participating locations
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