Parents, wave goodbye to your laundry worries for your college student

August 26, 2015 7:39 AM Comment(s) By Gabriel

Borrowing my mother's words, "Once you are well taken care of, I don't have to worry anymore."

My parents live in China, more than couple thousands of miles away from Philadelphia. Sending a care package is almost impossible because all the food that I crave could not get passed the international checkpoint; coming to Parent's Weekend is even more out of the line because it takes longer to travel than the actual time they would have spent here. Unable to be invovled in any aspect of my life in Philadelphia, if I ever ask my parents to enroll in a laundry plan because junior year is getting overwhelming, they would not hesitate a moment to say yes. Unfortunately, Wash Cycle Laundry is not operating at my school yet.

Like my parents, I am sure many parents out there have the same thoughts: What can I do so that my kids can have a smoother transition from high school to college? How can I help my kid involved in different clubs, sports, internship, taking challenging classes while trying to enjoy college life? You might also have the urge to makes sure that your kid’s white shirts are not turning into tie-dyed.

Wash Cycle Laundry is here to take away your worries. Instead of buying more socks and underwear every time your kids come home, makes sure that they always have clean socks and underwear while having more free time. Our service will make sure that your kids are well taken care of. We use EPA certified and hypoallergenic detergent to wash your kids’ clothing. We fold every single piece of clothing with CARE, and we deliver by BIKES.

No more tie-dyed dress shirts. No more coming home with suitcases full of dirty laundry. No more worries, because we are taking care of your kids’ laundry.

Yue Xiang is a rising junior at Haveroford College, a liberal arts college located in suburban Philadelphia. She currently works as a Marketing Intern at Wash Cycle Laundry this summer, where she has been going on "field-trips" to laundry facilites to learn about the staff members and our operational process. She will be writing more about what she learns and people at Wash Cycle Laundry.
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