DryClean To Go, a pick-up and delivery dry cleaning service based in South Florida, started off the New Year by helping its customers freshen up their wardrobes while giving back. Understanding the high number of individuals and families spending the holiday season reviewing their collection of clothes, cleaning out their closets, and looking to start fresh, DryClean To Go invited its customers to set aside clothing to be donated with their usual dry clean service pick-up during the month of January.
The company went even further, by rewarding those who made donations with a 15% discount to be put toward their next dry cleaning service. And the response was great. Clothing donations included: 120-plus pieces of men’s clothing; 75 pieces of women’s clothing; and nearly 50 children’s items – all of which have been given to The Salvation Army Boca Raton Corps located on 2nd Avenue in Boca Raton. In addition, DryClean To Go provided a bag of clothing to the Harrison family of Boca Raton, which lost its home and belongings in a fire over the holidays.
“Throughout the year, our customers often identify pieces of clothing that are either ruined and unfixable or that they have no more use for,” said Yonnyt Dalfonso, General Manager of DryClean To Go. “In these cases, we put aside the items for donation to local and worthwhile organizations. The New Year seemed like the ideal time to proactively reach out to our customers and remind them of this ongoing need for clothing in the community and their ability to make a difference.”
Dalfonso and her partner, Valentina Moretti, continue to invite DryClean To Go customers to set aside clothing for donation along with their usual dry cleaning pick-up service. If you are interested in making a donation, please visit www.mydrycleantogo.com.
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