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This event is exactly what its name implies, a sudsy Sunday extravaganza intended to raise awareness and financial support for one of the biggest issues currently facing our state: LGTBQ youth suicide.

It’s spot-free philanthropy for a cause well worth supporting. 

The catalyst behind the effort, Brad Wheeler (you know the one), was moved to action in large part due to the extent to which the issue exists in Utah. And understandably so. It has ballooned into "a tragic epidemic that affects not just the individual, but entire communities." And, while Brad had the foresight to use the most quintessential of fundraisers to combat an issue that is all-too-contemporary, the event became a reality thanks to the generous efforts of the Utah Pride Center and one of our favorite local faces, Michael Sanders of Urban Flea Market.

In addition to waxing and washing, the Big, Gay Carwash will also have a couple of food trucks on hand and DJ Bad Brad himself will be working the 1s and 2s all day, making this the perfect opportunity to get that ride looking so fresh, so clean.

Click here for additional details and bring that ride on Sunday!

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