NuVinAir produces a range of interior cleaning products, including Cyclone that eliminates odors...

NuVinAir produces a range of interior cleaning products, including Cyclone that eliminates odors and fits into the cupholder of any vehicle. With its recent expansion, several employees are moving to new regions.

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NuVinAir, a cleaning technology company that caters to car rental companies, dealerships, and other automotive business, announced the expansion of its franchise program to additional territories, adding Illinois as the 32nd state. The following franchise groups will bring the company's products to new territories across the country:

  • NuVinAir North’s Jason Freeland (currently serving Minnesota and Wisconsin) will expand to Chicago and northern Illinois, his second expansion.
  • NuVinAir Southeast’s Susan and Bobby Hanley (currently serving Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, and Mississippi) will expand to Louisiana regions in New Orleans and Baton Rouge and additional territories in Mississippi.
  • NuVinAir CGR's Brad Scott (currently serving Charlotte-Greenville-Raleigh) will expand to Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Jacksonville, and Fayetteville, NC.

"For the past two years, the automotive industry has been held hostage by the relentless microchip shortage," Kyle Bailey, CEO and founding partner of NuVinAir, told Auto Rental News. "Instead of vehicles being automatically replaced, they're being reconditioned, which means both rental-car companies and fleets are keeping cars longer. As rental-car companies seek to preserve their fleet of aged vehicles more effectively, NuVinAir is raising the bar in standardizing healthy interiors. By ensuring that rental vehicles are cleaned with our proprietary products, we reinforce confidence in their customers every time they step foot inside a clean, healthy interior that they both demand and appreciate."

One of NuVinAir's product offerings is its autonomous Cyclone treatment, which when used with its ReFresh and ReStore products, can freshen a vehicle's interior, as well as eliminate extreme odor and reset the vehicle to a like-new condition, according to the company.

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