INWOOD, N.Y. — Laundrylux recently completed a major upgrade to its communications systems to support Customer Care and business growth in North America, the distributor of Wascomat and Electrolux laundry equipment reports.
OSKHOSH, Wis. — Continental Girbau Inc. recently partnered with two new vended laundry equipment distributors: Commercial Laundry Systems of the Rockies, based in Johnstown, Colo., and T&L Equipment Co. Inc., based in Charlotte, N.C.
Both companies will represent the ExpressWash®, ExpressDry®, L-Series Washer, G-Flex Washer, Econ-O-Wash, Econ-O-Dry, and LG Platinum Washer/Dryer lines, as well as the Express Laundry Center® brand.
RIPON, Wis. — Commercial laundry equipment manufacturer Huebsch has named Scott Abraham the latest recipient of its Store Owner of the Quarter Award, for his two successful Laundromats, Northside Coin Laundry and Saginaw Laundry Center, located in the greater Dallas area.
LAS VEGAS — Cashless payment systems provider USA Technologies (USAT) has expanded its proprietary MORE.™ rewards and loyalty program to partners nationwide, providing access to custom rewards and discount programs for all 333,000 locations connected to the ePort Connect service, the company reports.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Too Small to Fail, in partnership with the Coin Laundry Association (CLA), the Laundry Project and others, have launched “Wash Time is Talk Time,” part of the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action and aiming to reach parents in underserved communities nationwide.
Other partners in the launch were Jumpstart, First 5 Alameda County, University of Arkansas, and Encore.org.
NEW YORK — Premium on-demand laundry, drycleaning and tailoring service WashClub reports that it has opened for business across Staten Island and Union and Hudson counties in New Jersey, as well as the city of Chicago.
WASHINGTON — Whether it’s pounding rainfall, massive snowstorms, burst pipes on the heels of freezing temperatures or power outages, winter weather presents many threats that can lead to business shutdowns, property damage and loss of life.
The U.S. Small Business Administration believes that now is a good time to make a plan to stay open for business, while protecting your employees and customers from the dangers of severe winter weather.