Ed Goff, the owner of the Fast Eddie’s Express Car Washes in Augusta and Brunswick is planning to expand again.

His plan is to open a car wash similar to his other locations on Broadway in Bangor.

In an interview with the Bangor Daily News, Goff said:

We have had Bangor on our radar for a while now and right now feels like the right time for us.

After a search of available spots in Bangor, they settled on the former Bangor Redemption and Beverage Center at 490 Broadway. Goff said he chose the site because, while it is in a high traffic shopping area, it is also close to the city’s residential neighborhoods.  His plan is to demolish the old redemption center, which closed in 2018, in order to build a new car wash building.

Goff needed a portion of the property rezoned from residential to commercial.  Now that the City of Bangor has signed off on the change, he can proceed with construction.

In addition to providing a great car wash at a great price, Goff and his team are known for their charity.  For example, in the fall of 2020, they held a haunted car wash.

And, the Augusta location even has a dog wash.

Find out more about Fast Eddie's Express Car Wash on its website.

There has been no announcement regarding an opening date for the new location.

We wish Ed and his team the best of luck with their new location.

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