Company Reaches Out to Midwest Store Owners Impacted by Recent Flooding

Laundrylux has announced a disaster recovery program that will be offered to self-service laundry owners affected by the devastating floods over the past few weeks. This program includes no payments for up to 120 days, plus no interest up to 12 months and low fixed interest rates. In addition, Laundrylux will waive all application fees to help get its laundry-owner customers’ businesses back up and running as quickly as possible.

“Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in the Midwest affected by the recent floods,” said John Olsen, vice president of vended sales for Laundrylux. “We understand how difficult it has been, and we want to do our part to help. We are working with our local distributors to make it as affordable as possible for laundry owners – as well as businesses such as hotels, nursing homes, long-term care and other facilities – to get the equipment they need right away and get back on their feet.”

“Having lived through Super Storm Sandy, I understand how challenging it is to clean up after a flood,” shared Robert Hinojosa, Laundrylux regional business development manager. “I want our customers to know Laundrylux is here to help them get their businesses back up and running so that they can focus on their families. I was born and raised in Texas; this is my home. It’s important to me personally to do whatever I can to help.”

Hinojosa is working directly with local Electrolux and Wascomat distributors to ensure they get the equipment and financing they need to best serve their customers.

“Helping our customers get their businesses back in order is a top priority for me,” Hinojosa explained.

If your existing laundry was affected by the recent flooding, call Robert Hinojosa at (516) 491-5888, or email:

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