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New Car Wash Coming To Victory Village Shopping Center

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YORK-A new car wash will soon open in the Victory Village shopping center on Mooretown Road.

Construction is underway for the new Tidal Wave Auto Spa, which York County first approved for the shopping center in 2019. The county hopes the new business will attract additional traffic to the area.

Tidal Wave Auto Spa is an express car wash chain based in Georgia. The company also recently opened a location in Gloucester and is expected to open another location in Chesapeake.

Tidal Wave Auto Spa is one of a handful of new businesses that opened in Victory Village shopping center in recent months.  In March, the Amish Custom Furniture store opened in the shopping center. More recently, BurgerFi, a new fast food restaurant serving burgers, fries, and shakes, opened in June. The BurgerFi in Williamsburg is the first one locally for the chain, which has two other locations in Northern Virginia.

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