Open a Maytag® Equipped Laundry and watch the power of Maytag go to work for you. This is not a franchise opportunity, no franchise fees required!
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A business loaded with opportunity.
Whether you're considering opening your first business or you're already invested in the vended laundry market, owning a Maytag® equipped Laundry is an opportunity you just can't pass up:
Take a closer look at a promising industry.
An entrepreneurial spirit is one thing, but choosing the right business is quite another. Currently, there are around 35,000 vended laundries in the United States, and they generate approximately $5 billion in annual sales.
It might help to have some points of comparison to know why this is a sound investment.
"Getting into the Laundry Business," 2012, Coin Laundry® Association.
Put the Maytag® brand to work for your business.
Nothing sets you up for success like the support of a name your customers already know and trust. With Maytag on your side, you get:
Take the first step today.
Your independent Maytag® Commercial Laundry distributor will be glad to share more information and answer your questions about getting started. They have the expertise to help you evaluate locations, leases, equipment choices and more.
"I truly believe Maytag is the highest quality and most energy-efficient equipment on the market."
Keith Griffin, Owner
Super Suds Coin Laundry
"Although Maytag equipment may cost a little more up front, the 5-year parts warranty is impeccable. The company truly stands behind its products."
Dean Francois, Owner
Mr. Suds Coin Laundry
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Interested parties should have at least $80,000 in liquid capital to invest.