STOUGHTON - Ira Noyes was born and raised in the Stoughton area and has always considered the town to be home.
Although she moved away for some time, she returned home when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
The opportunity to purchase a business came up and so she jumped on it.
Now called Blondie’s Carwash and located in Stoughton, it has seen a few facelifts. The walls are a bright white, the water pressure has been turned up to give more pressure on the nozzle and the soap increased to give vehicles a shiny and fresh look.
This business is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Outside, Noyes plans to make a sitting area for people to enjoy.
It is also a possibility to add another bay for big rigs. According to Noyes, this is only in discussion and would have to be approved by the Town of Stoughton before anything could be started.
Recently Noyes also purchased a home in Stoughton so she can further plant her roots here. The home needs some work, but she is excited.
Her ambition does not end there. She has another business coming up, but it is still in the makings and renovations are well underway. It is her hope to be up and running in the near future.