Former Cloister Car Wash owner pens new book

By on April 3, 2019

March 2019 was the scheduled publication date of “Why Me? — One Man’s Journey Experiencing God’s Undeserved Gifts and Love,” the story of Mike Mountz’ “Godly experiences.” The book shares how these experiences helped Mountz strengthen his faith, make life changes, and act when otherwise he might have been paralyzed by uncertainty.

“Why Me?” can be purchased from Momosa Publishing or Amazon.

Mike Mountz owned and operated Pennsylvania’s Cloister Car Wash &tstr; a highly successful business known for its community service — for 28 years. An Army veteran, Mountz founded Grace for Vets, an organization that provides free car washes to veterans on Veterans Day. Throughout his life, Mountz battled the dual challenges of dyslexia and bipolar disorder. To help others deal with dyslexia, he started Dyslexics Achieve Distinction. He divides his time between his farm in New Zealand and his home in Lancaster County. He and his wife, Rhoda have three children and 12 grandchildren.

To interview Mike Mountz, or to request a review copy of “Why Me?” contact Jennifer Bright Reich directly at

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