Good Joins WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems as CEO


New WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems CEO Mark Good brings expertise in the consumer services and self-storage industries to the post. (Photo: WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems)

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Brings experience in consumer services, self-storage industries

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Laundry facilities management service company WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems has a new CEO, Mark C. Good, who was appointed to the post in late March, the company reports.

The company says Good is an “accomplished senior executive with a proven track record of driving profitable growth in the consumer services and self-storage industries.”

“With his focus on building operational excellence and producing results through process improvement, Mark Good’s leadership skills are a great fit for WASH during this exciting time of extraordinary expansion and deepening of enterprise capabilities,” says Doug Gilstrap, chairman of the WASH Board of Directors.

“Additionally, Good’s demonstrated experience with successful mergers and acquisitions will enable new strategic partnership opportunities, continued territory expansion, and potential extension into adjacent business lines,” he adds.

Prior to joining WASH, Good served as co-founder and CEO of LifeStorage LP, where he rapidly scaled company growth by leading acquisitions, organizational build-out and brand positioning, WASH says. This resulted in building the fourth largest private owner/operator of self-storage facilities in the U.S. in four years.

Before that, he served as chief operating officer of Public Storage, the largest publicly traded self-storage company in the world, and executive vice president of Sears Holdings and president of Sears Home Services, the largest home-related services organization in North America.

"I am excited about this new opportunity," says Good. "WASH is positioned to be a world-class leader in the multifamily service industry. I look forward to putting my decades of executive experience and hands-on operational know-how to work with the rest of the management team and the board as we guide WASH during this historic, transformative phase of growth and development.”

Good has an MBA from San Francisco State University and a bachelor of arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley.

WASH’s laundry room operations can be found at apartment properties, condominiums, college and university residence halls, military bases, and other multi-housing locations. The company operates in 20 states and all Canadian provinces.


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