Dirty Laundry Solutions offers revolutionary Uber-like wash ‘n fold laundry delivery businesses to entrepreneurs who utilize the machines of local laundromats.
Online PR News – 22-September-2020 – Las Vegas, NV – Realizing that the most rapidly expanding area of the laundry industry today is wash and fold delivery, enterprising businessman Peter Trang wanted to take advantage of the sector’s immense growth potential. After considering starting his own laundromat, he opted instead to team up with Inc. 5000 list member Advanced Licensing to start Dirty Laundry Solutions, which Peter feels will revolutionize the laundry trade. The company provides a groundbreaking Uber-like service to entrepreneurs who run wash and fold delivery businesses from home utilizing the machines of local laundromats, thus earning money independently. In this way, the company helps individuals or husband-and-wife teams to prosper, and in turn creates unlimited prospects for local economic development.
Peter’s selfless approach to business is strongly supported by Advanced Licensing’s President Jeff Solich, whose company bio states, “Jeff wants to give people opportunities with proven systems, guidance, and support, [and] enjoys helping others be successful with their dreams of self-employment and independence.” Resident expert and Dirty Laundry Solutions President Chris Petit, who has owned laundromats for more than a decade and knows the wash ‘n fold business well, reinforces Jeff’s view: “Working with existing laundromat owners and utilizing the machines that are only at 10-20% capacity during the week not only helps owners but makes it convenient for operators to use the one closest to their clients.”
Regarding his role, Chris tells novice and potential operators, “My job is to teach you how to professionalize yourself, your services, and ultimately your final product in the wash ‘n fold business – the best practices, the ins and outs so that all of your orders look professional and have the quality you want.”
Dirty Laundry Solutions CEO Trang sums up his philosophy as follows: “A business is a living organism. After being created, it must be cared for and nurtured. This is done through hard work, consistency, and reinvestment. Furthermore, like any living organism, it must be allowed to adapt to the ever-changing trends and environment.” This view of new business development is in perfect step with the current marketplace, which more than ever requires revolutionary new home-based businesses as keys to both local and national economic growth.