- June 30, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Photo by Kaleb Roedel.
The drumbeat of tumbling dryers and intermittent hiss of steam press machines fills the thick indoor air. Clothing of every material, size and color — purple silk shirts, blue wool suits, red satin dresses — is shaped and draped on hangers. Some are sliding across the space on automated conveyors; others are sleeved in plastic, primed for pickup or delivery.
It’s a Friday in late June inside the Bobby Page’s Dry Cleaners in South Reno and the company’s flagship operation is humming like a well-oiled machine.
“We do about 4,500 pieces of clothing a day,” says David Leid, general manager of restoration at Bobby…