ADC Joins Effort to Assist Laundries in Superstorm Sandy Recovery


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American Dryer Corp. CEO Joe Bazzinotti and other ADC employees load supplies headed for the American Red Cross in New York. (Photo: American Dryer Corp.)

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FALL RIVER, Mass. — In response to Superstorm Sandy, American Dryer Corp. (ADC) is working with its local equipment dealers to help businesses get their washers and dryers functioning as well as possible, the manufacturer says.

ADC is committed to assisting laundries with the ability to operate to offer their community a place to clean clothes after Sandy. The manufacturer hopes to make an impact by sending a team of laundry service technicians to areas in dire need.

ADC reports it has also increased production and is building extra inventory to ensure equipment and parts are readily available to accommodate its customers’ specific needs. For businesses that are ready to rebuild, the company has established various programs with special pricing and financing, to help laundries resume business for the long term.

Working with Hercules Corp., a Long Island-based route operator, supplies are being distributed throughout the greater New York and New Jersey areas. ADC employees donated canned goods, toiletries, diapers and more for the shipment.

“The devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy goes beyond our industry, and we felt a responsibility to those communities affected to take part in their recovery,” says ADC CEO Joe Bazzinotti. “Being in New England, our extended families have been affected like so many others throughout the region.”

To learn how you can assist in recovery efforts, visit the American Red Cross website, or e-mail ADC at


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