Mister Car Wash Welcomes Jill Adams
As Vice President of Marketing at Mister Car Wash, Jill brings 19 years of experience in marketing and communications having worked with top brands in the restaurant industry. She now oversees Mister Car Wash’s marketing efforts including marketing communications, marketing technology, and the brand’s subscription-based membership program.
Prior to joining Mister Car Wash, Jill served as Senior Vice President of Marketing at QDOBA Mexican Eats and led their creative, media, loyalty, product development, and CRM efforts. The focus of her work was leveraging both marketing and technology to develop the appropriate strategy and subsequent initiatives to create a relevant brand experience. Before joining QDOBA Mexican Eats, Jill worked at Jack in the Box, Inc. holding various leadership roles in field, product, and integrated marketing, as well as menu strategy, innovation, and growth. Prior to her work in the restaurant industry, she held various marketing roles in the financial sector.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Jill to our executive team,” stated John Lai, president and CEO of Mister Car Wash. “She brings a deep background in driving customer experience and using innovative tools to build brand loyalty,” Lai continued.
Jill received her bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing management from the University of Kentucky and graduated at the top of her class with an MBA from California State University, Sacramento.
About Mister Car Wash
Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, Mister Car Wash (www.mistercarwash.com) is an equal opportunity employer operating 342 car washes in 21 states. The Mister Car Wash brand is anchored in quality, friendliness and our commitment to creating memorable customer experiences. Our people are what make us successful and allow us to achieve these high standards. We continue to focus on recruiting and retaining top talent, developing best-in-class training programs and investing in employee benefits to cultivate a positive company culture.
Megan Everett, Sr. Director of Communications