August 25, 2009 // Franchising.com // Ann Arbor, MI – Shannon Toler-New, president of 1-800-DryClean franchise, recently commented on the franchise system's commitment to local community involvement and acknowledged franchisees, Jeffrey and Patricia Stumpp, owners of 1-800-DryClean of Greater Lorain County, Ohio, for their sponsorship of a local girls' softball team.
"We're greatly involved in events and activities that benefit our neighbors and customers in the county," said Jeffrey. "We've found that it more than pays for itself in goodwill and good business."
"This summer we sponsored a nine and 10-year old girls' softball team that won the 11th Amherst Athletic Association Minor Girls' Championship," said Patricia. "Our Angels beat the salty Mariners 18-3 in the championship game. We really took them to the cleaners!"
"The Stumpps are one example of our system-wide commitment to supporting the communities we serve," said Toler-New. "In addition to our customer care and our quality dry-cleaning, community involvement has helped make 1-800-DryClean the world's largest dry-cleaning delivery service franchise."
The 1-800-DryClean franchise is a quality dry-cleaning and laundry pick-up and delivery service, serving both the residential and office markets. 1-800-DryClean is the world's largest dry-cleaning delivery service franchise. Entrepreneur magazine has ranked the business opportunity number one in its category and a Top Home-Based Business. The company has franchised since 2000, and currently has more than 130 franchise units across the United States. 1-800-DryClean is a member of the Service Brands International family of brands.