Mulberrys Rides Into Texas

Tim Burke |

Firm’s third market expansion after Minneapolis, San Francisco

DALLAS — Mulberrys Garment Care, a toxin-free laundry and drycleaning provider, announced its launch today into Dallas, the company’s third market expansion after Minneapolis and San Francisco, it notes.

“We are thrilled to bring the Mulberrys experience to Texas,” says Dan Miller, Mulberrys founder and CEO.

“Our ability to combine speed, sustainability and service is unmatched in the garment care industry,” he says. “We are confident that Dallas’s discerning consumers will embrace our high quality, eco-friendly and affordable service.”

In Dallas, the company indicates, it will offer on-demand service via its mobile app, including options of one-hour pick-up and 48-hour return delivery. Customers can also track their garment’s cleaning progress and monitor its location via the app, it adds.

The company reports that its coverage area in Dallas will include the neighborhoods of downtown, uptown, Oak Lawn, University Park, North Dallas, Preston Hollow, and Highland Park and will expand to the greater Dallas area in coming months.

In addition, it notes that it plans to open four new retail locations in Dallas over the next 18 months. Its storefronts feature bright and modern decor, free coffee and snacks, and 24-hour drop boxes, it writes.

“Mulberrys is on a mission to establish the first truly national garment care brand, and now with locations in the south, north and west regions of the U.S., we feel we are well on our way. We look further to increased expansion throughout Texas and the country,” says Miller.

The firm says it provides: An online, on-demand app for pick-up and delivery; environmentally-friendly laundry detergents; biodegradable and recycled packaging; wood hangers; tailoring and alterations, and more.

Mulberrys operates ten locations in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, California and six in Minnesota’s Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

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Tim Burke

American Drycleaner


Tim Burke is the editor of American Drycleaner. He can be reached at 312-361-1684 or [email protected]


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