It was another one of those Philly summer days. Tracey, the Team Leader along with three other laundry team members: Eric, Kenny, and Patricia were too busy laundering and folding on that Wednesday afternoon to be distracted by me, the amateur photographer of the day. Most of the consumer along wit...
September 15, 2015 7:39 AM
“Wash Cycle Laundry allows me to be who I am,” said Steve. I sat there in awe for a moment. I was wondering how many people that I meet could say the same about the companies they work for. Compact and energetic might be the best words to describe Steve, a Cycling Route Manager here in Philly. I bri...
September 10, 2015 7:39 AM

Part of my orientation program at Wash Cycle Laundry included folding.

Facility manager Tracey assigned me to fold once I got there, “Welcome! You can help Eric fold, but first: Do you know how to fold?”

In my head, I responded, “Duh, of course! I mean, I am an independent young woman in college.”

I wa...

September 08, 2015 7:39 AM

Well, college is not easy: first time living away from home, a lot of things that were done by MOM are now the responsibilities of our own. Before college, I never read the wash instructions on my clothes. Besides realizing that I need to separate my clothes, I also learn that some clothings should ...

September 04, 2015 7:39 AM
  Pam was quietly folding in the corner of the facility on Thompson Street; meanwhile, PHL 17 was interviewing Steve and Mildred near the entrance of the facility. Piles of colorful sleeping bags from Outward Bound looked like they could bury Pam if they start falling down. Again, Pam was...
September 04, 2015 7:39 AM