Aaxon Laundry Systems Wraps 1st Service School of Year

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Those attending Aaxon Laundry Systems’ first Service School of the year took home certificates celebrating their completion. (Photo: Aaxon Laundry Systems)

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Huebsch washer-extractors was main topic of Florida session

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Commercial laundry equipment distributor Aaxon Laundry Systems wrapped its first Service School of the year May 3 here at its headquarters, the company reports.

Huebsch washer-extractors was the main topic of the school. Laundry owners and service technicians in the South Florida area were invited to attend the morning-long event featuring hands-on demonstrations by Dale Simpson, Huebsch Southeast regional field service manager.

Attendees took home certificates celebrating their service school completion.

“It was great meeting customers at the Service School. I’m happy to provide a fun, educational environment for laundry owners in the area to see the nitty-gritty of how their own equipment works,” says Frank P. D’Annunzio, Aaxon consultant. “I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at the next school!”

Aaxon says its free Service Schools are ideal for laundry owners and service technicians who perform repair services on commercial washers and dryers and are seeking expert advice and in-depth knowledge.

To learn more about Aaxon’s free Service Schools featuring multimedia presentations and hands-on demonstrations, with meals included, visit www.aaxon.com/service-schools. The next school is scheduled for July 12.

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