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BizBeat: Vehicles detailed nearly anywhere

Sara Thompson / Tahoe Daily Tribune

Sara Thompson / Tahoe Daily TribuneTahoe Detailing owner David Maynard offers mobile detailing services for customers.

Tahoe Detailing is creating a convenient atmosphere for getting a car, boat, or anything else detailed.

Owner David Maynard has 15 years of detailing experience. He got his start in Virginia, where he learned the business inside and out.

“I clean every golf cart, boat, vehicle the way I’d like it to be cleaned,” Maynard said.

He decided to start his own business after assessing the demand for a mobile detailing service. He’s been operating Tahoe Detailing since May.

When people are busy with their jobs, or staying at their vacation home, they don’t want to worry about taking their vehicle or boat somewhere for detailing and picking it up. That’s where Maynard’s service comes in.

Maynard can come to any location a client requests. If they want him to come to come to their house, spa appointment, or trailhead, he can detail their car.

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From Subarus and Jeeps, to luxury cars and boats, Maynard said he has the expertise and experience to get the job done.

Maynard is offering end-of-the-summer specials for clients. He also plans to hold fundraisers, starting within the next few weeks.

“It’s important to give back to the community that supports you,” Maynard said.

The business is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. all week, or by appointment. It’s at 635 Highway 50, by Sam’s Place in Zephyr Cove. For more information, call (530) 545-8125.

Back-to-school spending in Nevada is projected to run 13 percent below last year’s figures, according to the Retail Association of Nevada. Nevada families with school-aged children each spend roughly $550 on back to school items, the group stated.

Camp Richardson’s new Coffee & Confectionery Shop features coffee and espresso drinks, desserts, pastries, barrel candy, treats, ice cream floats made with the old-fashioned sodas, and coffee-related accessories and gifts. Kiva White Caramel, Valhalla Tuxedo and Mt. Tallac Mocha are a few of the concoctions available, along with organic coffee and iced coffee.

The Coffee & Confectionery Shop offers salt-water taffy, Grandma’s Fudge, Dad’s Root Beer, cream sodas and the Mt. Pluto Espresso Sundae – vanilla ice cream topped with a shot of espresso.

The coffee shop opens at 6:30 a.m., and it is next to the Ice Cream Parlor. For more information, call (530) 541-180, or go to camprichardson.com.

– Have information on your business you’d like to share? Contact reporter Sara Thompson at (530) 542-8009 or sthompson@tahoedailytribune.com.