Distributor Laundry One Expands to Better Serve Customers


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Indianapolis branch office to open by late August

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Laundry One, a full-service commercial laundry equipment distributor headquartered here, reports it will be opening a new branch office in Indianapolis later this month. The company distributes Dexter equipment and serves the vended, on-premises and multi-housing laundry markets throughout Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.

“We are pleased to announce Laundry One is expanding to a second branch in Indianapolis, which will officially be open in late August,” says Daniel Duckworth, the company’s general manager. “We’ve been happy to have such a tremendous amount of growth in such a short period of time. We can attribute that to our extremely dedicated team and strong manufacturer relationships. We have an incredible amount of support and we’re constantly opening our doors to welcome industry veterans to our team.”

Laundry One says it has “grown considerably” since its inception at the beginning of this year. The distributor says it handles “every aspect” of vended, on-premises and multi-housing laundry development, and touts a fully stocked parts department promising quick delivery.

“Dexter Laundry is very excited to support Laundry One’s expansion to the Indianapolis branch and is impressed with how well the business is being run by the experienced Laundry One team,” says Rick Case, regional sales manager for the Iowa-based laundry equipment manufacturer.

The newest additions to the Laundry One team include Greg Jameson, regional manager for the Ohio headquarters, with 22 years of industry experience; Tony Corrice, regional manager for the Indiana office, 22½ years; Kenny Colon, installation manager, 21 years; and Scott Binder, route sales manager, 38½ years.

“Our service after the sale is what sets us apart,” asserts Jameson, regional manager. “This level of growth and added expertise will enable Laundry One to provide that extra level of service throughout the region.”



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