HANOVER, Mass. — Recently, Lapels reports, it has opened a full-service, environmentally friendly drycleaning satellite store at 6431 E. County Line Road in New Tampa, Fla. Note: New Tampa is a residential region within the city of Tampa.
The new location is owned and operated by Burt Ferrer, company franchisee, who also owns and operates Lapels Dry Cleaning of Tampa at 17503 Preserve Walk Lane, the firm notes.
“Our sustainable, non-toxic way of dry cleaning clothes has been very popular with customers and businesses in Tampa,” relates Ferrer. “We anticipate a similar reaction from customers and businesses in the New Tampa area and beyond.”
The drycleaning store in New Tampa, the firm relates, had previously been a Hudson Cleaners and has now been converted to a Lapels.
Lapels indicates it has, “Pioneered its eco-friendly drycleaning experience over the past two decades. Part of that effort includes a partnership agreement with GreenEarth®, the drycleaning industry’s only non-toxic cleaning alternative.”
The company also adds that, “Using these kinds of solutions and the latest technology in equipment, Lapels is one of the few dry cleaners able to boast that there is no hazardous waste in their process.”
The drycleaning company points out that it, “Sets itself apart with its customer service. Lapels customers are greeted to a warm and inviting reception area, with friendly customer service representatives, and alteration services.”