Locals Open Car Detailing and Limo Service

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After only just becoming an idea a fast and furious month ago, Custom Touch and Limo opened Friday, November 29. Owners Ruth and Justin Bouza, who reside in Wagner, are excited to be a part of Wagner's Main Street businesses.

Custom Touch and Limo is a multifaceted service facility for automobiles, motorcycles, boats, semi cabs and tractor cabs. They offer complete vehicle detailing, lettering, graphics, vehicle wraps, sound systems, tinting.

They are also outfitted to sell "motorcycle clothing" in their lush front lobby. Their retail will be composed of top brands like Hot Leathers and Harley Davidson. In their shop you will find helmets, shirts, jackets, boots and head wraps. Their leather boots (with options for both men and women), as Ruth Bouza puts it, "fit perfectly from the get-go." They require little time to break in and feel great from the moment you put them on. Bouza is a big fan of the high quality of their merchandise and is excited to offer it to the Wagner area at a great price.

The shining star of the shop will be the thirty-four foot stretch Hummer limo. It offers curved leather luxury seating, three bars, a fireplace, surround sound, LED lighting throughout, two screens for movie entertainment and an amazingly smooth ride. There will be a variety of limo packages available for special events, including ones specialized for weddings and proms. The Hummer limo is available now for bookings.

The Bouzas are very excited to make the dream of owning their own business in Wagner a reality and are hopeful for growth and expansion in the future to create more employment for local people.

Ruth mentioned that, for Christmas, locals may enjoy a gift certificate for personalized magnetic signs, a new sound system for their boat or vehicle, or a detailed cleaning of their "ride".

Justin and Ruth have two sons: Michael, who is in his second year at Dakota State University, and Timothy, a second grader attending Wagner Community School.

Amidst the flurry of activity surrounding their opening, there has even talk of poker rides and other fun activities in the future, so stay on the lookout!

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