Ryan and Beth Frank, a husband-and-wife team, have opened a unique business in the town of Converse, IN, reports Inside Indiana Business.The venture was inspired by their special-needs daughter, Luci, who has autism. They wanted a safe place for her and others with special needs to work, so they bought an old car wash, renovated it, and opened it as Luci’s Car Wash and Drive Thru Convenience Store.

The convenience store is stocked with candy, snacks, and coolers with drinks. It has a small kitchen where they prepare hot food like biscuits and gravy in the mornings, and they offer nachos, pretzels bites, and breadsticks throughout the day.

The community has been supportive. “Facebook has been so good to us. We really haven’t spent a dollar on marketing, but the small town community, school system, and people have just gotten behind it,” Said Ryan Frank.