His passion is making dirty cars clean. Meet Noah Epling.
Simplified: Noah Epling has been working in the car wash industry since graduating high school, and his passion for making dirty cars clean has flourished in his time at Silverstar.
Why it matters
- Epling, 22, had experience at two long-time washes in town before they became Silverstar sites. What really attracted him to Silverstar, though, was the team.
- Today, Epling is in his third year of working for Silverstar, and he’s a preventative maintenance lead at the 26th Street and Sycamore Avenue location. His work ensures the wash functions up to the standards of both management and, of course, Silverstar customers.
- Beyond the work, though, Epling thrives in his relationships with customers and fellow employees. He said he’s even had customers who met him at his first Silverstar job at 26th and Marion who’ve followed him now to his current location.
“Working with Noah is a blast,” said Andrea Vetos, regional manager for Silverstar. “You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who is more passionate or excited about car washing than he is. You can count on Noah to hold the team and the site to a high standard of operation and appearance.”
Q&A: Meet Noah Epling
This segment has been edited and shortened for clarity, but answers are direct quotes from Epling.
What do you like most about working for Silverstar? The team atmosphere and the satisfaction of turning dirty cars to clean cars, as well as the customer satisfaction.
What do you do on a typical day? I fix broken equipment and make sure the wash is running according to expectations. I am also a wash bay attendant and float out in the bay, sometimes cashiering.
How do you approach your job? Get as many cars processed and get them clean (while) making the customers happy. If they’re not satisfied … we’ll take care of it.
What’s next for you? I hope to become an assistant manager. I’m working my way up.
Learn more about Silverstar
Silverstar has nine locations – with two more in the works – in Sioux Falls. You can learn more about their unlimited wash program here, and if you’re looking to work with folks like Noah, find job openings here.