LA PLATA, Md.—Dash In expanded its store footprint with the opening of its newest location in Wilmington, DE, according to a recent news release.
The grand opening was marked with a three-day celebration. Dash In presented grants to local organizations, including Food Bank of Delaware, Alexis I du. Pont High School and the Cranston Heights Volunteer Fire Department. The grants totaled $6,500.
“Dash In makes lasting relationships with the communities where stores are located and is honored to be a part of the amazing community of Wilmington, Delaware,” wrote Dash In in the news release.
Customers and Dash In employees celebrated the grand opening with a series of events from a signature ribbon cutting to gift bag giveaways, live music, food tastings, and the chance for attendees to win a $500 Exxon gift card and a luxury suite night at a Blue Rocks game.
Additionally, Dash In and Splash In ECO Car Wash opened a new store in Waldorf, Maryland, according to a news release.
“We’re excited to expand our presence across the Mid-Atlantic, working to keep Lives in Motion through our two key community engagement initiatives: Reimagining Outdoor Spaces and Nourishing Children and Families.”
Dash In and Splash In ECO Car Wash presented another $6,500 in grants to local organizations, including Southern Maryland Food Bank, Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department and Thomas Stone High School. The Maryland Blue Crab’s Tye Dye Guy was also present to celebrate the grand opening event with free food samples from Dash In’s foodservice menu, live music and free car washes.
Also, as part of Splash In ECO Car Wash’s commitment to bettering communities, Splash In is continuously working to be the most eco-friendly and water-efficient car wash through the use of state-of-the-art technology and equipment.
“Our teams at the Dash In and Splash In ECO Car Wash in Waldorf, Maryland, look forward to connecting more with the local community,” said Dash In and Splash In ECO Car Wash in the news release.
These openings follow Dash In opening two locations in Clinton and Lanham, Maryland in late 2021.