NEW ORLEANS — Every Laundromat needs to be using social media. That’s the message from The Coin Laundry Association, and with more than 500 social media outlets, one will fit everyone’s needs. With more than 6 million mobile subscribers worldwide, searches have quadrupled in a single year, according to CLA’s Jamie Sewell.
NEW ORLEANS — How can coin laundry store owners capitalize on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter? Coin Laundry Association (CLA) touched upon this subject during Clean 2013 in an educational session titled Internet Marketing Success Stories of Coin Laundries.
The session hosted a panel of coin laundry owners including Tyler Blair, owner of The Washboard in San Diego, Calif.; Deborah Dower, owner of Paradise Laundries in Northern California; and Duane King, owner of LMARIES Laundromat in Bowling Green, Ohio.
NEW ORLEANS — How do you ensure your business’ online reputation is strong? And how will you respond to your first negative review?
Perhaps the best known of the online review sites is Yelp, which had a monthly average of approximately 102 million unique visitors in first-quarter 2013.
NEW ORLEANS — All the preparation work has been completed, and it’s time for the 2013 Clean Show—officially the World Educational Congress for Laundering and Drycleaning—to open here this morning at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. The exhibition ends Saturday.
This year’s event is expected to draw 10,000 trade attendees over the three days, according to Riddle & Associates, the show’s longtime manager.
MALVERN, Pa. — USA Technologies (USAT), a provider of wireless, cashless payment and M2M telemetry solutions, and Setomatic Systems, a designer and manufacturer of cashless payment hardware and data services primarily for the vended laundry industry, have entered into a new, mutually exclusive agreement that targets the move toward cashless payment adoption in the self-service laundry market.