@dperez Nah I don’t even actively market my commercial and residential services. I just have a website and Google reviews and if I get work great if not that’s great too.
Yeah I mean I’m not in a huge logistics hub like Dallas. There’s maybe 5 freight/beverage companies within a 30 mile radius that have 10+ power units. Everything else is either at least an hour drive or an owner/operator. I have one of the biggest clients in the area at 70+ power units but it’s unrealistic for me to get every single client. I think the fact that my area is pretty far from the nearest blue beacon has resulted in most of these places setting up their own wash-bays and it’s pretty hard to convince someone to switch to me when they already have an employee or two who are dedicated washers. Combine that with one or two folks in each of these cities I go to that already wash fleet and there’s not really a whole lot of options.
The next closest place for me to go with a lot of freight is Jackson, MS and that’s like a 5 hour round trip. And at that point (and even for the places where it’s a 2 hour round trip) my options are limited because I have to demand a 10 or 15 or even 20 unit minimum just to make it worth the drive and then just hope that I can keep getting clients in that area so I can spend all day washing.