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Mulberrys Buys Laundry Locker

Company grows its brand in Northern California

SAN FRANCISCO — Mulberrys Garment Care has acquired Laundry Locker, the San Francisco laundry and drycleaning company with 350+ locker locations throughout the Bay Area, it notes.

Describing itself as, “The largest garment care provider in Northern California,” it indicates the move will, “further the company’s stated mission of becoming the first truly national garment care brand,” it states.

“Laundry Locker is a beloved company that has served San Francisco well since 2005,” says Dan Miller, founder and CEO of Mulberrys Garment Care.

“Incorporating their 350+ lockers into Mulberrys’ existing on-demand and storefront service will provide even more Bay Area customers with convenient, affordable and sustainable garment care options,” he points out.

The existing lockers will be rebranded as Mulberrys and more lockers will be added over the coming weeks, the company indicates.

These lockers are located in residential and commercial buildings throughout San Francisco and Oakland, the firm relates, and allow customers to, “quickly and conveniently drop-off and pickup their clothing 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” it explains.

“Mulberrys is truly committed to reimagining the laundry experience,” says Arik Levy, founder of Laundry Locker, “and in an eco-friendly way.”

Levy says, “We are confident they will carry on the legacy of Laundry Locker and continue to serve Bay Area customers for years to come.”

The company says it is recognized, “nationwide for its sustainable, toxin-free laundering practices, bright storefronts, and mobile on-demand app.”

“By combining an exceptional customer experience with eco-friendly cleaning techniques, and fostering a positive environment for our employees, Mulberrys has seen great success in California, Minnesota and Texas,” says Miller.

Laundry Lockers’ 40 employees will remain in their positions and become Mulberrys employees, the garment care firm says.

Mulberrys currently operates 10 locations in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. The company also serves Dallas and Minneapolis, where it was founded in 2009.

“With the acquisition of Laundry Locker, our service will improve in the Bay Area and position us for further growth across the country,” Miller adds.