Plant Design Awards, Easy-Enter


This operation’s new customer-friendly coffee station was part of their redesign at CD One Price Cleaners located in Illinois, named last year for Outstanding Renovation in the American Drycleaner Plant Design Awards. To enter this year, just e-mail a few photos of your new plant, renovation, or redesign to [email protected]. And you’re in! (Photo: CD One Price Cleaners)

Tim Burke |

E-mail photos of your new plant or renovation ... and you’re in!

CHICAGO — It's time again to start collecting entries from you, drycleaning owners, for the American Drycleaner 58thAnnual Plant Design Awards.

Do you have a newly built drycleaning plant or newly redesigned store? To enter, just e-mail a few photos of your project to Editor Tim Burke at: [email protected]. That’s it! You’re in!

We have made the Plant Design Awards as easy as possible to enter.

Perhaps you have equipment upgrades or renovations?

E-mail us some photos.

Maybe you have relaunched your operation?

E-mail us some photos.

Do you have a new buildout?

E-mail us some photos.

Put your best foot forward for our fabricare industry by showing us your latest, greatest, newest plant design. All you do is e-mail photos and you’re entered. We’ll get back to you to gather your project details.

It’s all about being part of the tradition of plant design standouts started in 1961 and continuing today. We’ve made it as easy as possible to enter. Just a few photos attached to an e-mail starts the ball rolling.

Entry deadline is October 1, but don’t wait. Send your photos as soon as you can. Send right now. Why not? Remember, e-mail the photos to Tim Burke at: [email protected].

Let’s make this another terrific showcase highlighting the drycleaning industry’s best plant designs! E-mail us your great photos! Thanks for your help!

About the author

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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