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Not just any mentor

Few are fortunate enough in life to have business mentors. I’ve been blessed with many. My father taught me four quarters make a buck and I learned how to parlay that into much more from my [...]

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Dollar coins in laundry make sense

(This edited article originally appeared in the June 2019 issue of Coin Laundry News) Coin is the first name of the Coin Laundry Association and synonymous with our industry. Every year, CLA’s [...]

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Tokens? You gotta be jokin’

Coinless pay at every washer and dryer. Credit card friendly. Big bill bonuses. In-and-out collections. All topped by a sweet float. Sounds appealing? Get ready for the year 1984. That’s right, [...]

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Zeroing in on Gen Z

Photo by © Mirko Vitali  It turns out that self-service pay for some laundromat owners comes down to letters, not numbers. Little by little, Generations X and Y are taking over the reins from [...]

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Clean and simple

The Ultimate Car Wash is just a couple of clicks south of the Fort Lauderdale International Airport on Federal Highway in Dania Beach, Florida. It’s neither flashy nor the new kid on the block. [...]

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Are discounts smart for phone pay?

Americans love their phones, but apparently not when it comes to payment. The high hopes of app makers are being dashed by low adoption rates. An estimated 195 million U.S. adults own smartphones [...]

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Hitting the Big 8-0

The goal is simple: Getting rid of quarters — lots of them. Getting there is another matter. Strange as it sounds, less is more when it comes to coins in the coin laundry biz. Less coinage [...]

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Credit Card Option for Peanuts

Steven Dawkins and Casey Norman are in-laws as well as business partners. Marriage, you might say, is what their chain called Peanuts is all about. Here, they hitch self-service laundry and car [...]

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