Flying Ace Express Donates 428 Pounds of Canned Goods

Flying Ace Express, a popular car wash chain in the Dayton area, held a food drive to cap off the year 2017. The food drive was held at their Beavercreek location (4494 Indian Ripple Rd.) and Huber Heights location (5570 Merily Way). Any customer that donated a canned good item to the cause received a free upgrade to Flying Ace Express’ signature Sky Foam and Hot Carnauba Wax. These cans were then redistributed to those in need within the surrounding communities of each individual carwash.

The Flying Ace Express in Huber Heights was able to donate 278 pounds of food to the Dayton Food Bank, while Flying Ace Express in Beavercreek donated 150 pounds to St. Vincent De Paul in Dayton. Both being great charitable locations that have a major impact on hunger relief efforts in the Miami Valley area.

When owner Dan Eisenhauer was asked what his inspiration is behind the numerous philanthropic events held by Flying Ace Express, he replied: “Flying Ace Express loves giving back to the community whenever possible. This is just one of the ways we enjoyed closing 2017.”

To help relieve hunger in the Miami Valley region, donations can be made to the Dayton Food Bank, located at 56 Armor Pl in Dayton, as well as St. Vincent de Paul at 1921 S Gettysburg Ave, in Dayton.

Flying Ace Express introduced their first location in 2015 in Dayton, OH. Soon after, a second location was introduced in Beavercreek, OH and a third location in Huber Heights, OH. Flying Ace Express takes pride in providing high quality, affordable washes, along with a unique experience and friendly staff.

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