Mary Michael Townley and her sister, Pam Hutchins, have been cleaning up vehicles for as long as they can remember.
“We used to wash cars at home when we were kids for everybody,” said Townley, 47.
Hutchins, 44, agreed that it’s something they’ve done all their lives, going back to their youth in Raywick.
Townley said she thinks they charged less than $5 back then.
“They did that to make money and paid for their school clothes,” their mother, Phyllis Troutman, said.