INWOOD, N.Y. — Laundry equipment distributor Laundrylux is offering a disaster recovery program to Colorado self-service laundry owners whose stores have been impacted by flood damage recently, the company reports.
Laundrylux says that the program includes no payments and no interest for up to 120 days, plus low fixed interest rates, and that it will “waive all fees” to help laundry-owner customers rebuild their businesses. The financing assistance is also available to owners and operators of on-premise laundries.
“Our hearts go out to the people of Colorado,” says Neal Milch, CEO of Laundrylux. “We understand what you are going through and want to do our part to help. We are working hand-in-hand with Advanced Laundry Systems of Colorado to make it as affordable as possible for self-service laundry owners, as well as business owners, such as hotels, nursing homes, long-term care, and other facilities, to get the equipment they need right away.”
Advanced Laundry Systems, distributor of Electrolux and Wascomat Professional Laundry equipment, has been in the Denver metro area for 20 years, Laundrylux says.
“We are Colorado natives and we’ve lived in the Denver area our whole lives,” says Diane and Rob Burgess, owners of Advanced Laundry Systems. “We are overcome with grief at [these] tragic events and our hearts go out to everyone in our communities. Some of our family members lost everything in the flooding, too. We understand your laundry is your livelihood and we will do everything within our power to make sure you get back up and running as quickly as possible.”
“I personally lived through the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and fully understand what our customers are going through,” says Robert Hinojosa, regional business manager for Laundrylux. “Creating this program was a top priority for me and will help our customers get their business back up and running so they can continue to get their personal lives back in order.”