Buff Masters featured in WilmingtonBiz!
The May 19th, 2016 edition of the WilmingtonBiz featured an article on Buff Masters Hand Car Wash. Read the Full Article here.
Mark Johnson is in the mafia. But instead of organizing crime, the owner of Buff Masters Hand Car Wash & Detail Center refurbishes vehicles. Johnson is part of the “Detail Mafia,” a group of professional detailers often recruited to work on high-end cars, airplanes and other vehicles for events, private collectors and others.
Recently, his mafia connections sent Johnson to Seattle, where he and a team of detailers worked on restoring more than a dozen Boeing aircraft for the company’s 100th anniversary. The planes Johnson worked on, including the first jet to serve as Air Force One and prototypes of the first 727 and 747, will be on display at The Museum of Flight’s new Aviation Pavilion.
The work was inspiring, Johnson said, but also “one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. It’s a really cool thing … being a part of preserving American history.”… Read the Full Article at WilmingtonBiz…