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CAR WASH FINANCING

Ocean Pacific Capital offers a nationwide lending advisory approach to managing your car wash financing. We specialize in financing all types of car washes throughout the nation whether it is financing to build a new car wash facility, purchasing a car wash facility, or to refinance an existing car wash.

We have offered the best car wash financing for the past 31 years and offer up to $200 million dollars plus financing for your car wash. We hope you find that our rates are not only competitive, but that these are the very best pricing for car wash financing.

We measure our success by our clients success which is why we'll be at your side throughout the entire loan process. Obtaining financing for car washes can be a complex process but the first step is easy. Call 1-800-595-1474 or fill out a quick information form and you'll soon be on your way to closing your loan and enhancing your carwash business.

 


Whatever your financing needs,
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Wall Street Journal
Commercial News

10/23/20

WSJ.com: US Business

Oil Industry Bristles at Biden's Pledge to Transition Away From Crude
Joe Biden?s remarks that he would seek to phase out oil were well-received by the renewables industry but stoked concerns among some oil and gas executives that a Democratic administration would further weigh down an industry hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

McDonald's Seeks Dismissal of Suit Filed by Black Former Franchisees
The burger chain asked a federal judge to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit accusing it of selling Black owners subpar stores and scrimping on support, saying it wasn?t in its interest to have franchisees fail.

Facebook Seeks Shutdown of Political Ad-Targeting Research Project
The company is demanding that a New York University research project cease collecting data about its political-ad-targeting practices, setting up a fight with academics seeking to study the platform without the company?s permission.

Recovering Vehicle Production Lifts Demand at Car Suppliers
Third-quarter results from Autoliv, Cleveland-Cliffs and Gentex benefited from efforts by auto makers to make up for production lost during pandemic lockdowns and meet rising demand.

CNN President Jeff Zucker Faces What Might Be His Last Lap
Mr. Zucker, a polarizing figure who has overseen CNN for seven years, felt blindsided by a recent restructuring and has had friction with WarnerMedia Chief Executive Jason Kilar. His contract is up and he hasn?t committed to stay.

U.S. Economic Activity Picks Up While Europe's Stalls
Economic activity in the U.S. grew at the fastest pace in more than a year and a half as businesses anticipated greater demand, an easing of coronavirus-related restrictions and less uncertainty following November?s election. The picture in Europe differed.

Officials Call for Stimulus to Forestall Lackluster U.S. Economic Recovery
Fed officials and other policy makers in Washington are increasingly worried that delaying further aid for the U.S. economy will lead to a rerun of the slow recovery that followed the 2008 downturn.

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