Mary Purebreed operates "Mary's Pampered Pooch Spa," which bathes and grooms dogs—at a premium price. The business is located in a well-maintained turn-of-the-century mansion in an expensive part of town. Because the local zoning rules will not allow Mary's business to keep business vehicles on the premises, she must rent a nearby building to garage these vehicles.
Although few people would expect a garage to be elegant, the continued success of Mary's business at least partially depends on projecting a "posh" image. So, she makes sure that the garage — at least from the outside — is attractively painted and kept up. Nothing that is connected with her business, including her business vehicles, is allowed to detract from her desired "upscale" image.