WHAT IS THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY?
The Mobile Dry Cleaning Business is a dynamic yet uncomplicated service business. It is a mature, time-tested, profitable business with a simple concept – pick-up and deliver drycleaning to busy individuals at their homes or offices.
The Mobile Dry Cleaning Business is the vehicle that can help make you rich. You are now your own boss. Accept that responsibility and you can reap many rewards: financially, personally, and socially.
major benefit of owning a Mobile Dry Cleaning Business is its ease set-up
and high profits. Simply perform the following 6 steps and you are ready to start your new
business. If you feel you have sufficient business knowledge, this program will
provide enough information to help you begin operations immediately.
However, The Mobile Dry Cleaner Manual explores these basics in much
greater detail and introduces an in-depth study for operating and marketing a
successful mobile dry cleaning business.
get started immediately you should:
Have a delivery vehicle (a van or SUV is preferable).
2. Contract with a dry cleaner to do your drycleaning and pressing
3. Gather a few supplies (mostly from items you already have at home),
4. Establish your prices.
5. Find your customers.
6. Begin earning cash!
Unless you live in a high-density
area, a large apartment building, a condominium, and are within steps of your
selected dry cleaner, you must have, at the least, an automobile.
The ideal vehicle is a cargo van but, during the start-up phase, an
automobile is sufficient. Once you
establish your business, you can purchase a van with your profits.
A high confidence level
The most services
The best value for their services
Garment bags - or you can substitute with a box of plastic bags (the type used for 30 gallon trashcan liners are best) for separating customer orders.·
A receipt book – A three-copy carbonless book is best. One copy for the customer, one to stay with the order, and one for your records.·
A writing pen and note pad – used for memos or special instructions ·
A ringed note binder or some type of copybook – use to record customer information and driving directions between customers.·
Safety pins - size #2 is preferable.·
A few wire garment hangers – Used for hanging specialty garments.·
Business cards – Used to identify you and promote your business services. ·
Garment rack – To hang in
the back of your vehicle for carrying finished orders.
You must let your prospects know you exist. Talk to your friends, relatives, and neighbors. Tell them of your service. Offer to be of assistance to them. Most will try what you offer and once they see what you can do, will be pleased to recommend you to their friends or acquaintances.
Further increase your customer base by distributing flyers and business cards in your own neighborhood followed up by face-to-face contact. You are more inclined to understand the market in which you live and, since you live in the same community, your neighbors, even though they don’t know you personally, are more inclined to relate to your services.
Let me assure you, personal contact with prospects produces results. Not everyone you approach will become a customer, but the law of averages will apply and persistent action will return positive results.
I Can Teach You All You Need To Know About Making Money
In This Often Overlooked Opportunity
Does all this sound too good to be true? It isn’t! The Mobile Dry Cleaner Manual contains all the information necessary to help you through the set-up and operation of your Mobile Dry Cleaning Business.
You will learn:
· How to start your Mobile Dry Cleaning
· How to negotiate with a dry cleaner
· What services to offer your customers
· What supplies are needed and where to find them
· How to price for profit and remain competitive
· How to find and keep your customers
Other topics discussed are:
· How to stay ahead of the competition
· How to determine and satisfy your customers’ needs
· Inexpensive advertising
· Planning for tomorrow
· Meeting Federal, State, and Local requirements.
Chapter I describes the steps to take for immediate start-up and what it takes to get your Mobile Dry Cleaning Business running.
Chapters II, III, IV, and V assist you with business plans, operations, Marketing, growth, and planning for tomorrow.
And finally, Chapter VI describes a Mobile Dry Cleaner’s typical day, suggestions for registering your business, recommended professional services, trade organizations, and final thoughts.
The principles and methods described
in this manual work — they have been tried and tested. Rely on your
determination, practice the required discipline and you will be postured for
That is how easy it is to start and operate your Mobile Dry Cleaning
There are principles and guidelines to follow and The Mobile Dry Cleaner Manual will acquaint you with those principles and practices.
|What Others Have Said|
wanted to let you know we got the account with the hotel!! Your tips
were right on time. We'll be doing all their dry cleaning and laundry at
20% as you suggested. They already have bags and pre-printed forms, so
everything's in place.
One last thing I was wondering is should I make them sign a contract for a certain length of time? Or just go month to month?
Thanks so much for the informative
manual you sent out to us in December. We have researched purchasing a
franchise specifically for Dry Cleaning
delivery, and through that process ran across your website. Thankfully, I
think we can say you have saved us 20+ grand!
San Jose, CA
"...We're gaining 1 to as many as 7 new customers per day, and this in the face of two local competitors (Sav-U-Time, a local in parternship with a dry cleaners called Master Kleen, and a Pressed-4-Time franchise operator), neither of which get to my dry cleaning and shirt service price point. Adding the coupons to the handout helps a lot, and we're keeping the "try me" first-timers. In offices, particularly car dealers and medical offices, a herd thing is happening...Well, sir, I just wanted to let your know your assistance and knowledge are being used as fully as I am able, and I believe our prospects are improving rapidly... Thank you again for your attention and help to my still tiny but promising enterprise."...
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
I took my
"bags" to the two customers who wanted to sign up,
and they both wanted their cleaning done right away, so I
orders sitting in my living room, that need to get
done before tomorrow afternoon! I'm as proud as a
first time Mom! I mentioned to them the "referral"
coupon and my first customer said that she "loves"
doing referrals! She said she "loved" my service!
Pretty cool! Boy, that feels good
Your suggested "spiel"
helped me tremendously. By knowing what to say, exactly, it
lets me get over being nervous. I had a few people say - "boy, you're
good". One guy today jokingly offered to let me clean
his running jacket for free - I said we would, but he
Thanks so much for writing - and spending time on my
flyer. I LOVE what you've done with it! I had changed
the heading to the "don't have time to stop line" - but
I like this one better. It stands out and makes people
read it more!
Thank you for all your
words of wisdom! It is always
very, very helpful and we both very much appreciate
Hi there, we received the
manual and it is great! We really appreciate the info....
Moreno Valley, CA
THANKS ! Yep, the joy is a
flowing! It is great
to get a customer! GUESS WHAT! I used your techniques
of going with a dry cleaned item and offering to clean
an item for free - and the first person I tried it on,
You have no idea how appreciative I am of your not only quick, but detailed responses
you are ready to start a new,
rewarding, and exciting career
While this is an attempt to identify many of the
requirements and concerns that apply to starting and operating a Mobil Dry
Cleaning Business, it is not guaranteed that this manual is complete. The
contents of this manual reflect the author’s views acquired through his
experience in the drycleaning profession. This
is no attempt to render any legal information or advice. The information found
here does not relieve the reader of the duty to ascertain what laws apply to
their activities or the manner in which they must comply with those laws.
Professional legal, financial, and/or accounting services are highly
recommended. All requirements and
other information are subject to change. Results and sales figures are not
guaranteed and may be higher or lower than those represented depending on
individual efforts and markets.
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C. E. Hill