FORT WORTH, TX – Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Grand Opening of Pristine Express Carwash
The city of Fort Worth welcomed the grand opening of Pristine Express Carwash at 5500 Altamesa Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76133 near the intersection of US Highway 80 and FM 548.
Senator Brian Birdwell, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Allen West, and Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Barry Bridger spoke at the event to expand on the veteran nature of both Pristine Express Carwash and Patriot Development and Construction of which are both veteran-owned businesses.
Justin Beedle, President of Patriot Development & Construction, says “This is a very special project for us. Having served in the U.S. Marines, I understand what it takes to transition from military duty to civilian life. Working with Pristine Carwash (another veteran-owned business) is an incredible experience because many people who served our country worked on this project making this project not only a success but an honor and privilege to be a part of.”
Patriot Development & Construction is a veteran-owned commercial development and construction company specializing in multifamily, retail, office, and specialty facilities. They operate using a collaborative business model to benefit their clients and the communities they build in. An example of their collaborative efforts is their Developing Our Future Initiative where they offer to share their expertise in aspects of development and construction for career-related paid work experience for students and veterans in the communities they build in.