BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Wash-Dry-Fold POS, which markets a computerized system to laundromats that offer drop-off services, reports that it has expanded its services to all 50 of the United States.
Since its 2016 inception, the company has grown rapidly, says co-founder Ian Gollahon, selling 124 systems in Florida alone. Wash-Dry-Fold POS has even shipped systems to the remote states of Alaska and Hawaii. However, until recently, one state remained a challenging market because of its limited number of laundromats: North Dakota.
“We’ve been wanting to sell a system in North Dakota for years,” Gollahon says. “Our product only makes sense for laundromats that offer a wash-dry-fold service, but there are only a handful of these laundromats in North Dakota and we haven’t done any outbound marketing there, so we’ve just been hoping one would come to us.”
Despite the small market size, Wash-Dry-Fold POS was able to find its first North Dakotan customer in The Bubble Laundry Company, a laundromat located in Grand Forks. Owner Casey Brovold had been in talks with Wash-Dry-Fold POS since 2019 and was excited to purchase the hardware system along with the cloud-based software.
“We’ve grown so fast in the past three years, more than doubling our sales,” says Brovold. “But we probably would have grown even faster if we had purchased the right tools to elevate the experience for the customers sooner rather than later.”
With the expansion to all 50 states, Wash-Dry-Fold POS is poised to empower more laundromats across the nation, says Gollahon, and excited to continue growing and supporting the industry.
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