From the Times Daily:
“I saw there were many people that did not have any work; it was hard for them to get work,” she said. “I saw them walking the streets and I noticed some didn’t have places to stay. We opened up the car wash to offer some income.”
Many of the car wash’s employees know what it is to be without a home, whether a physical home or an emotional home. The car wash and Weakley offer them a second chance.
“It is not something that is lucrative payment, but it is enough to get you through the day,” Weakley said. “I wanted to teach people not only how to work, but how to serve.”