NAPLES, Fla. — Clean Brands has recently begun offering its array of cleaning and garment care services at the Exchanges at U.S. Army and Air Force bases across the U.S.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is the retailer in U.S. Army and Air Force installations worldwide.
As part of the agreement, Clean Brands will provide dry cleaning and laundry services in several formats. Those could include a satellite store, lockers, pick-up and drop-off boxes, and more. The Exchange locations will be served by one of Clean Brands' dry cleaning and garment care stores or plants. Clean Brands owns franchises for Lapels Cleaners, Martinizing Cleaners, 1-800-DryClean, Pressed4time, Dry Cleaning Station and Bizziebox.
“We’re beyond ecstatic to announce the relationship with The Exchange,” says Kevin Dubois, CEO and president of Clean Brands. “Our franchise owners have a longstanding history in providing services to members of the military. With this agreement, we can serve even more current and retired members of the U.S. Army and Air Force.”
“Selecting Clean Brands for The Exchange just made sense,” says Shalandrea Smith, business program specialist III, Services Division. “We were quite impressed with the environmentally friendly approach to cleaning that Clean Brands locations offer as well as the wide variety of cleaning services available to Exchange customers.”
“In addition to providing superior service to military members and their family, we’re also looking forward to bringing this opportunity to new franchise owners,” says Dubois. “Many of our current locations and potentially some new locations will be situated near Army and Air Force bases and eligible to participate in this program.”
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