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Green Earth Technologies (PinkSheets: GETG) announced today that their "G"-Branded Ultimate Biodegradable green automotive cleaning products are now being offered to the car wash & detailing industry in a bulk program. The new bulk program will allow customers to purchase GET's top selling "totally green" cleaning products, including G-WASH(TM) Heavy Duty Hydrophobic Car Wash, G-GLASS(TM) Organic Glass Cleaner, G-TIRE(TM) Ultimate Tire Shine, G-WHEEL(TM) Wheel Cleaner and G-SCENT(TM) Odor Eliminator in 55 gallon drums. GET demonstrated their superior "environment safe" performance at Splash Car Wash yesterday, receiving rave reviews from both operators and consumers alike.
"We are very concerned about the environment and are aggressively looking for high performing 'green' products in which to offer our customers," said Mark Curtis, Chairman & CEO of Splash Car Wash. "We are very satisfied with the GET products and are looking forward to using them."
According to the International Car Wash Association, the car wash and detailing industry generates over $20 billion annually, with cleaning or appearance chemicals making up roughly 5% of total sales.
"Car wash operators continue to be under the close scrutiny of both governmental agencies and public interest groups, and we are delighted to offer them truly environmentally safe cleaning products that address their needs and satisfy the demands of today's car wash chemical marketplace," said Jeff Marshall, Chairman and CEO of Green Earth Technologies as he was washing cars while being filmed by Fox 61 News (Fox Affiliate, Hartford, CT) at Splash Car Wash located in Darien, CT.
Blending nature with nanotechnology, these appearance products outshine and outperform by using plant oils to create 1-4 nanometer sized "micelles" to penetrate dirt, breaking it into billions of little particles that constantly repel each other until eaten by the micro organisms and bacteria living in the ground. GET products will not harm the environment when traveling into our waterways.
ABOUT SPLASH CAR WASH
Founded in Greenwich, CT, in 1981, Splash is the biggest car wash operation in Connecticut and the 8th largest in the United States. Splash's Connecticut car washes are located in Bridgeport, Cheshire, Cos Cob, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, Hamden, Milford, Norwalk, New Haven, Stamford, Stratford and Wilton. The company operates four car washes in New York: in Bedford Hills, Carmel, Mahopac and White Plains.
About Green Earth Technologies
Green Earth Technologies produces G-branded superior performing totally green products made with American-grown base oils that utilize the power of nanotechnology to deliver environmentally friendly products with no compromise... meaning, consumers can now "do their part" without having to give up performance or value: Save the Earth - Sacrifice Nothing. The G-brand family of products include G-OIL(TM), G-LUBE(TM), G-WASH(TM), G-GLASS(TM), G-CLEAN(TM), G-SCENT(TM), G-WHEEL(TM), G-PROTECT(TM) and G-TIRE(TM), and are offered in a wide range of automotive categories including performance and appearance chemicals. GET products are now available at The Home Depot, Kroger, VIP, National Auto, Fred Meyer, Joe's, participating ACE & True Value dealers, Redners, Trader Horns, The Andersons, Biggs, Bennett Auto, Frank's Auto Supermarket and Amazon.com.
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