Splash Car Wash said Wednesday (Dec. 13) it has restructured its leadership team and will add a board of directors.
Owner Paul Stagg has formed a board of directors comprised of himself as Chairman; son Matt Stagg; and daughter Natalie Stagg Tschepikow.
In addition to their board positions, Paul will continue to actively serve as the company’s chief executive officer. Matt and Natalie will continue serving in their roles as chief growth officer and chief human resource officer, respectively.
Jeff Turk has been named president of the company and will oversee day-to-day business functions, leading the executive team. He will report directly to the CEO.
Turk joined Splash in 2017 as director of projects, transitioning to a role in operations shortly after. He was promoted to director of facilities in 2020 and was responsible for leading the service and installation department. Shortly after, he was promoted to VP of projects and facilities and has been responsible for the design, development, construction, and equipment installation of 14 car washes and oil change projects.
He continues to oversee the maintenance of existing facilities and equipment with a team of 10 technicians, IT specialists, and carpenters, and is a member of the Splash executive leadership team.
Turk began his career in 2014 as an engineer for Georgia-Pacific in Gurdon, Ark. He has also held positions with RedStone Construction. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Arkansas.
Since 2017, Splash has grown from eight locations with 85 employees to more than 315 employees and 27 locations, comprised of 17 wash and 10 oil change facilities. The company recently opened two modern, European-style indoor car care facilities in Maumelle in August 2022 and west Little Rock in January 2023.