DetailXPerts Enters the Gatlinburg and Phoenix Markets
Overview of the Gatlinburg and Phoenix Auto Detailing Markets
The Gatlinburg market is characterized with a number of separate, small service providers with no prominent leader. Most of them focus on basic car washes using conventional water-wasting methods. Few offer higher-level detailing packages. However, none of them specializes in eco-friendly steam cleaning services. At the same time, market trends show a rising demand for high-quality detailing services.
The obvious market niche opportunity is a chance for DetailXPerts to introduce a new industry to the area. Their patent-pending steam technology aims to mark the beginning of a new trend. Executives believe they are in a position to share their vision and set an example of how vehicles are to be washed to perfection while keeping the environment clean and safe.
According to The Guardian, Andrew Ross labeled Phoenix as the "least sustainable city in the world" in 2011. Rainfall is minimal. The number of dust storms rises, threatening driver safety. The Colorado River, the state's main water source, is drying up. Two-thirds of Arizona is facing severe to extreme drought. The region is in painful need for ecologically-
The company enters both the Gatlinburg and Phoenix markets with 8-people teams. The company already started operations in Gatlinburg back in January. The Phoenix unit saw its official launch just a few days ago, on March 2. Both locations will soon get their own online presence to help customers book an appointment with them. Inquiries from residents, businesses, and local institutions are welcome.
Where to Next?
Gatlinburg is a key point in DetailXPerts' plan to establish its leadership position in the eastern part of Tennessee. Next, the company turns west to Knoxville. From there, it will only be a matter of time to conquer the Nashville auto detailing market.
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