Laundrylux has launched a comprehensive disaster relief program for customers impacted by Hurricane Florence. “All of us at Laundrylux send our support to the people in the Carolinas. We want to do our part to help during this extremely diﬃcult time,” states Gordon Kertland, Laundrylux Executive Vice President. “We are working very closely with our distributors in these areas to make it as aﬀordable as possible for laundries to get back up and running as quickly as possible. Our number one priority right now is supporting our customers and communities.”
A Laundrylux Rapid Response Team is in the Carolinas to assist customers with repairs, replacement parts, and new equipment orders. Because Laundrylux stocks over 5,000 machines in strategic warehouse locations on the east coast, customers will not experience long delays in getting their laundries back in operation. A second Response Team is on call to provide additional support.
Laundrylux Funding Services (LFS) is oﬀering a generous ﬁnancing program for businesses aﬀected by the storm. Highlights include No Payments for 6 Months, 0% Interest Rate Options, All Fees Waived, and 24-Hour Loan Approvals. In addition, Laundrylux is oﬀering special parts discounts and no-cost marketing support to assist laundry owners.
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On behalf of the entire Laundrylux family, our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by Hurricane Florence. If your existing Laundromat or in-house laundry facility was impacted and you need replacement equipment, parts, technical support, or ﬁnancing, please contact Laundrylux for immediate support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1 (800) 645-2204.
Laundrylux is closely monitoring all updates provided by the CDC and other public health agencies following the recent coronavirus outbreak. The safety and well-being of our employees, customers, and the community at large is our top priority in these critical times. Many major cities, counties, and states across the country have declared laundromats an “essential service” to ensure that communities have access to laundry facilities.Discover the current situation in your area.