Working at a laundry might not initially sound like an exciting career choice, however, you will be pleasantly surprised to know that we offer all the things most people look for in a career.

Stability

The textile services industry is one of the oldest businesses that you'll find and the demand for it will only continue to grow, as there is a never-ending need from restaurants, healthcare and industrial customers. This industry currently provides about 200,000 jobs across the U.S., and most of our businesses are locally operated and service customers within a 200-mile radius with linens, and wearing apparel. These products have to be processed locally so they will never be off-shored. Our industry grows at the same rate as the GDP.

Our Spin

We focus on the healthcare and hospitality segments of the industry and our products and business practices are based on the concept of recycling reusable textiles. Our company has had the same family ownership since 1946 and are proud to be business leaders in our community.

Advanced Technology

We also support the community through our recruiting and hiring efforts. Working directly with non-profit organizations such as World Relief, ReWA, and Refugee Federation Service Center, we provide entry level job opportunities to refugees as they transition to their new life in the U.S. This not only provides the financial support they need but a way to assimilate to the new culture, learning a new way of life, communication, and sense of belonging.

Locally Owned

We also partner with Trac Associates to provide skills training to individuals qualifying under Community Jobs Initiative. The opportunity provides hands-on training and practical work experience, which allow them a better chance to compete in the job market.

Advancement Opportunity

We also partner with Trac Associates to provide skills training to individuals qualifying under Community Jobs Initiative. The opportunity provides hands-on training and practical work experience, which allow them a better chance to compete in the job market.