If you drive in Sioux Falls at all, Silverstar Car Wash likely has caught your eye at least from time to time. With eight locations citywide and more on the way, you’re always going to be a quick drive away from a sparkling clean vehicle.
Flash back to 1999 and Marcus Williams got his first look at Sioux Falls. The Chicago native had a friend from here, so he came along for a visit. “And I was like, wow, I’ve got to move here,” he said. “So I did.” Then it was time to find a job.
Leads at Silverstar Car Wash help set the tone for their fellow employees, as well as ensuring everything runs smoothly for customers at all stages of the process.
The Sioux Falls area has been inundated with car washes in the last five years to the point that you can’t drive down a major street without seeing one every couple of blocks — and it’s a growing industry across the nation.
WDAY interviewed Heaven Hamling about her NIL endorsement deal with Silverstar.
Silverstar Car Wash accnounces North Dakota’s first college name, image and likeness agreement with Heaven Hamling.
North Dakota State guard Heaven Hamling has signed an endorsement deal with Silverstar Car Wash, a local company based in Sioux Falls.
It’s doubtful Heaven Hamling’s car will be dirty for at least the next year. The North Dakota State women’s basketball player became the first Bison female athlete to sign an endorsement deal with a local company.
Guests include Mike Rerick, Fargo Post 400 Dad, Steve Laqua, MSU Moorhead Head Football Coach, and Heaven Hamling, NDSU Junior Guard. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com.
Three of the Sioux Falls, S.D.-based car washes are coming to the metro area with several more on the horizon.
Memberships are good at any Silverstar Location. License plate frames can help protect your vehicle during a wash.
KeloLand Living features 60 Seconds with Silverstar Car Wash, discussing the new compressed air tools and super shine ceramics.
Site managers are the top dogs at their Silverstar location, which means they set the tone when it comes to culture and customer service.
At 4 p.m., Brooklyn Bollweg saw the question in her Instagram direct messages. Three hours later, the third-year USD volleyball player had a contract that made her the first collegiate athlete in South Dakota to sign a Name, Image and Likeness agreement, or NIL, allowing her to sponsor social media content for Silverstar Car Wash.
‘It honestly really does mean the world’: Morningside’s Madison Clayton reacts to NIL sponsorship agreement
We’re a little over two weeks into college athletes being able to make money off their name, image, and likeness and the world doesn’t seem to have imploded. In fact, the first female athlete in the state of Iowa to benefit from the new rules comes from Morningside.
Silverstar Car Wash cracked the top 100 in a national industry ranking.
Learn how keeping your car clean can help protect it and preserve the resale value on the latest KeloLand segment.
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The Silverstar car wash on 26th and Sycamore is no stranger to having people’s belongings be sucked up into their vacuums. This week, staff found one very special item while cleaning out the vacuums.
A Morningside basketball player is now Iowa’s first female athlete with a name, image, and likeness agreement. Madison Clayton plays guard for Morningside Women’s Basketball and now has a deal in place with Silverstar Car Wash.
A University of South Dakota volleyball player has become the first college athlete in the state to sign a sponsorship deal after the NCAA cleared the way for college athletes to make money off their names and likenesses. Brooklyn Bollweg has signed an endorsement deal with Silverstar Car Wash.
The NCAA cleared the way for college student-athletes to begin profiting from their name, image and likeness (NIL) earlier this week, and Friday night, University of South Dakota volleyball player Brooklyn Bollweg became the first South Dakotan to sign a sponsorship deal, reaching an agreement with Silverstar Car Wash.
Sioux Falls native takes advantage of new NCAA rules allowing athletes to profit off their name, image & likeness
The NCAA suspended its rule prohibiting student-athletes from selling the rights to their names, images and likenesses earlier this week. On Thursday, athletes could begin to profit off their names, images and likeness (NIL), and on Friday, the first South Dakota athlete signed their first deal.
Morningside’s Madison Clayton, USD’s Brooklyn Bollweg become first Siouxland athletes to lock in endorsements
Brooklyn Bollweg and Madison Clayton didn’t wait long to take advantage of the Name, Image and Likeness agreement late Friday night. Bollweg and Clayton both signed endorsement deals with Silverstar Car Wash, becoming the first known Siouxland student-athletes to make revenue while competing at the collegiate level.
Silverstar Car Wash announced the first Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) agreement for women’s athletics in Iowa with Madison Clayton. It is also Siouxland’s first NIL agreement. Clayton plays basketball at Morningside College.
In a historic agreement for student athletes, Silverstar Car Wash announced the first Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) agreement for women’s athletics in Iowa with Madison Clayton. It is also Siouxland’s first NIL agreement. Clayton plays basketball at Morningside College.
The job market in Siouxland is bouncing back and job seekers converged on the Tyson Events Center today for a career fair. Recruiters were excited to interview eager applicants looking to get their foot in the door after COVID-19 limited job openings.
Choosing to wash a car in the driveway instead of using a car wash as a way to conserve water during a dry spell may not be the best choice, according to several studies and government entities.
You can support local nonprofit Emily’s Hope by making a donation – and getting a free car wash – at the new Silverstar Car Wash location on 41st Street.
The Silverstar Car Wash on 41st Street officially opened and they are encouraging community members to give back. The business is offering free washes through Wednesday. They are encouraging people to donate to Emily’s Hope instead.
Cashiers at Silverstar do a lot more than count change. It’s a job that combines customer service, sales, observation skills and, sure, a little bit of towel folding.
Silverstar Car Wash’s newest location is under construction. The popular car wash chain is remodeling the former Vern Eide Mitsubishi dealership at 1500 S. Minnesota Ave. into a central hub for several offices and a new car wash location, said spokesperson Andrea Vetos.
Silverstar celebrated National Nurses Week earlier this month by giving away more than 1,000 free car washes to area nurses.
Silverstar Car Wash is giving free car washes to teachers as part of an annual event May 3 and 4. It’s the second time in recent months they’ve stepped up to help teachers – the first being a “washing away 2020” event for a local school.
Silverstar Car Wash is teaming up with the Sioux Falls Storm for the first time this season to support the arena football players with sponsorship and free car washes.
Employees at Silverstar Car Wash have one more reason to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine: They’ll be taking home a bonus.
The Rocket Auto Wash by Silverstar in Sioux City has closed for remodeling. When it reopens, it will no longer offer full service cleanings for the inside of vehicles.
A veritable car-wash gold rush has taken Sioux City by storm. Vehicle owners now have somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 to choose from, between the long-established washes and the ones that opened only recently.
When you’re watching a Western, how do you differentiate the town sheriff from the rest of the spur-clinking, gun-toting, cowboy-hat-wearing citizens? What makes him stand out? You can probably picture it in your mind: that moment when the camera focuses on the silver star pinned to his breast. That iconic silver star was the initial inspiration for the Silverstar Car Wash name when the wash was built in 2006.
Silverstar Car Wash is helping raise funds for Support Siouxland Soldiers as part of the opening of their newest car wash.
Silverstar Car Wash donated $10,000 to this year’s Hy-Vee Sanford Legends scholarship program, which supports students who’ve made a difference in their school and community.
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The good news: If you’re a Silverstar Car Wash member, your unlimited wash awaits no matter how many snow melts and mud puddles we’re in for in the coming weeks.
Silverstar Car Wash raised more than $1,100 for Special Olympics South Dakota when its new southeast Sioux Falls location opened earlier this month.
With winter in full swing, the last thing you may be thinking about is getting your vehicle washed, even with all the salt, sand and grit on it.
It won’t be long before one of your favorite car washes is back and better than ever. The Silverstar Car Wash at 1221 W. 41st St. is going through a major renovation that will improve on one of the only things customers don’t like as much about the location: getting in and out.
You might start as a cashier or wash attendant, but there’s now a clear track to career growth for the nearly 200 employees at Silverstar Car Wash.
KELOLand Living recently aired a segment on SilverStar’s extra care to clean your accessories.
KELOLand Living recently featured Silver Star Car Wash to discuss employment opportunities.
A DIY detail job? It’s possible with these new additions at Silverstar Car Wash. The location at 26th Street and Marion Road has added both pressurized air and a new mat cleaner that customers can use with any visit.