2023 Scare Wash

Squeaky Clean Scares for a Scary Good Cause

Battling cancer is an extraordinary journey that demands the strength of an entire community. It’s a journey marked not just by fear, but by love, resilience, and unwavering support.

For our Co-founder, Quinn Allgood, the deep well of passion that fuels our mission was kindled by the courage his Mother displayed during her battle against breast cancer. It’s the memory of the love and support their family received that drives Quinn and the Tagg-N-Go team to make a difference in the lives of local families facing their own daunting cancer fights.

Scarewash isn’t just about shrieks and thrills, it’s about alleviating the financial burdens that these families bear throughout their battles with cancer.

The beauty of it all? Every single penny raised during Scare Wash goes directly to the deserving families within our community. We cherish the privilege to offer our unwavering support as they navigate this  journey.

Mark your calendars for Scare Wash 2023! This spine-chilling car wash experience is set to unfold in the heart of St. George,  Cedar City, Eagle Mountain, and Lindon, UT.


  • Cedar City Main Street Location
  • St George Costco Location
  • Eagle Mountain Location
  • Lindon Location

Dates: October 26, 27, 28, and 30th, from 7 pm to 10 pm. Be there with us, as we unite to make a difference in the lives of those battling against cancer. Together, we can be the light they need on this challenging journey.
*Hours may vary based on location* 

Meet the 2023 Recipients

Pam Bice - St George, UT

Pam is a courageous warrior fighting stage 4 ovarian cancer. She has dedicated over two decades to special needs children in the Washington County school district, making a profound impact on their lives. those who’ve witnessed her kindness and compassion now wish to support her in return, easing the financial strain cancer brings to her family.

Neil Hiatt - Cedar City, UT

Neil is 7 years old and loves school! He is a first grader at South Elementary and loves his teachers and classmates. He starts chemotherapy October 16th. This time around he will be receiving chemotherapy treatments for 1-2 years.

Colten St John - Spanish Fork, UT

Colten’s life abruptly rerouted when a cycling accident led to the discovery of cancer, just two months after he and his wife welcomed their first child. their dreams of embracing the joys of family life were quickly overshadowed by a relentless battle against cancer. despite the challenge, Colten has shown remarkable resilience and determination.