Shine and Shade
Window Tinting and Auto detailing
Okanogan Valley 2003
Arriving here in Tonasket was a big deal. Young and had a lot to learn. We My wife and I Rojean had no kids, no responsiblies so to speak of we rented a house out in the country. We were living the dream. I started my detail shop in Tonasket. I didn't know allot about the area but God had a plan. We had to close the shop in the first winter. I found a great job working at Midway Building Supply. Chris Wood was the best teacher for how running a business. Then I had some swings with a hammer for a few years.
Omak Shine and Shade 2010
We decided to give our detailing dream another try. I found Mike Bivins Running Stitchworks Upholstrey on Dewberry. He invited me to share some shop space in order to save some money on my start up cost. We networked our business for a few years. We landed some wholesale work to get some volume detailing in the shop. Now we mostly cater to our retail market. We love detailing cars.
OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE OUR CLIENTS WITH PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE THAT WILL LEAVE YOU GLAD YOU FOUND US. WE WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OTHERS LIVES BY TREATING YOU LIKE WE WANT TO BE TREATED. VIP...
AT SHINE AND SHADE WE HAVE BEEN CLEANING CARS HERE IN OMAK SINCE 2010. I FOUND THE DETAILING INDUSTRY IN 1995 STARTING IN A BODY SHOP. WORKING FOR FORD AND GM DEALERS, THEN MOVED TO MIDWAY MOTORS MCPHERSON KS. AND DETAILED THERE FOR 3 YEARS BEFORE MOVING TO WASHINGTON. FINDING OUR OWN BUSINESS HAS BEEN TOUGH BUT LOTS OF FUN AND REWARDING.
SHINE AND SHADE
Owner: ANDY KOEHN
Certifications: DETAILING SUCCESS.COM , WINDOW TINTING.COM
SPECIALIZING IN WINDOW TINTING, DETAILING, WINDSHIELD ROCK CHIP REPAIR, PAINT PROTECTION FILM
Where it all started.... 1995
My Brother ran a truck wash when I was 15. The body shop next to the truck wash needed a detailer and Bryan Anderson took me under his wing. We detailed for the Ford and GMC shop...I worked for him for a few years learning the ropes. When I notified the shop of leaving GMC asked me to not go away but come down to there shop. I stayed there till I was about 20. Then The trucking bug bit. I Drove a big truck for a year. Got married and then found out I wanted to live in the Okanogan Valley.