Jacksons haunted car-wash donates proceeds to Banner Children’s

Phoenix drive-thru car wash added the fear factor this Halloween season, offering service with a scream at the first free Jacksons Hallow-Clean Haunted Carwash.

The haunted wash benefitted Banner Children’s and raised more than $1,500 for the organization, according to a press release.

“We are honored to be the beneficiary of the Jacksons Carwash Hallow-Clean Haunted Wash,” stated Rhonda Anderson, chief executive officer of Cardon Children’s Medical Center, in the release. “Community partners like Jacksons Carwash help Banner Children’s continue to provide valuable resources and support services for our infants, children and their families.”

The free express wash service featured spooky decorations, costumes, music, lighting and glow in the dark suds.The express wash tunnel was packed with frightful surprises for all ages.

Participants were asked to make a donation to secure entrance and all proceeds were donated to Banner Children’s to help children heal and stay healthy.

The haunted car-wash was held at the Jacksons at 12020 N. Tatum Blvd. in Phoenix.

“We are committed to being a part of the community in Arizona, and this event is a fun way to entertain while supporting a very worthy cause,” stated Cory Jackson, president of Jacksons Food Stores, in the release. “Our team really gave it their all, we washed more than 400 cars for free and delivered a fun experience. We are grateful to everyone who participated and made a donation.

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