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Bill Case 

If you have a small airport nearby you might look into the possibility of having an "airplane wash". Similar to a car wash but for airplanes. Eliminates the need to go door-to-door which the boys usually don't care much for. 

You might consider charging $50+ for each plane. The boys would be excited about working on airplanes as most don't have direct contact with them, and the owners usually are overjoyed to pay someone to wash their planes. 

Possibility for return business if a thorough job is done. 

Don Roberts 

Gee, that sounded like a great idea for us, we have a municipal airport. However, I called and they say that "due to liability issues" they won't allow an airplane wash fundraiser. 

Ah, California!

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