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  • What Are You Doing to Delight Your Laundry Customers? The key is to set realistic customer expectations, and then not to just meet them, but to exceed them – preferably in unexpected and helpful ways. – Richard Branson The ...

  • Eight Best Practices to Follow When Buying a Property As the old saying goes, “Let the buyer beware.” And never are those words more accurate then when purchasing a property to be used for a vended laundry business – whether you’re ...

  • Sitting Down to the Negotiating Table for the First Time? Here’s What You Need to Know First things first… with respect to your laundry lease, the best advice I can offer is be sure you have an experienced commercial real estate ...

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  • Seven Business (and Non-Business) Truisms That Can Be Applied Directly to Your Laundry Operation Virtually everyone you run into knows something you don’t. Think about that for a moment. With more than 300 million people in the ...

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  • Don’t Overlook Online Marketing When Promoting Your Wash-Dry-Fold Business As someone who studied marketing in college and who has always assumed a solid grasp on the art and science of the topic, I now feel myself moving further ...

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  • More meetings in more places for more people. This is the goal of the reinvented affiliate program and the new meeting concept that the Coin Laundry Association is excited to launch. In the May 2018 issue of PlanetLaundry , CLA President and CEO Brian Wallace wrote the article, “A New Look for ...

  • To say the least, business partnerships of any kind are always going to be challenging. In fact, the majority of partnerships I’ve ever seen have failed, rather than succeeded. What’s the problem? I believe the issue is that a business partnership is much like a marriage. Business partners have many ...

  • When my husband and I bought our first laundromat in June of 2016, I had been employed by Corporate America for more than 30 years. However, I was laid off just 21 days after that laundromat purchase. I had begun my professional career in 1983 as a designer for Bell Helicopter, based in Fort Worth, ...

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