Spiffy Stock

getspiffy.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Consumer ApplicationsFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $97.84MM

Spiffy provides on-demand car care services for both B2B and B2C customers. Through the Spiffy app, customers can schedule appointments for Spiffy technicians to perform regular vehicle maintenance tasks at the users’ locations. Users choose from a range of services including car washing and detailing, oil changes, and tire or brake replacement.

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Management Team

Scot Wingo
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Karl Murphy
Co-Founder & President
Ryan Eade
Chief Technology Officer
Grayson Leverenz
Chief Marketing Officer
Joe Procopio
Chief Product Officer
Brad Schomber
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Adele Gorrilla
Brian Panoff
Shell Ventures
Chip Meakem
Tribeca Venture Partners
Jason Caplain
Bull City Venture Partners

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News Highlights

Mobile car-care startup Spiffy raises $30M from investors
Spiffy, the on-demand car care startup headquartered in Durham, has raised another $30 million from investors — this time to help car dealerships boost their mobile offerings, the company's CEO Scot Wingo told Axios.
CEO details Spiffy's plan to take over car care industry via the Amazon method
With a patent application, a Research Triangle Park startup is branching out, following the Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) model. But instead of e-commerce, it’s cars the company is trying to dominate.
Updated on: Sep 27, 2023