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Newnan’s Wash Club Frees Up More Family Time

(Last Updated On: February 8, 2022)

In today’s hectic world parents are stretched to the limit with work, home, taking care of their children, and staying healthy. Rose Figueroa, general manager of Wash Club, was inspired to give parents and working singles more quality “me time” or family time instead of being locked into the continuous chores of washing, drying, and folding laundry.

“No one can BUY time, so at Wash Club we offer services to free up more time for our clients to spend with their families and friends.

“The Newnan area has changed drastically in the last few years,” Rose said, “but one thing that remains strong is community support for our local businesses. Therefore, we cater to our friends and neighbors to offer affordable pricing for our services to fit every household and business.” Wash Club is a pickup service, meaning you can schedule a weekly pick-up date at your home, and they will return your clean, folded laundry within 24 hours – all for a very reasonable price! 

Rose Figueroa, goes above and beyond to ensure her staff will treat and care for your belongings as they do their own. Their motto: “You bring musty – we return it breezy.”

Founder of The City Menus, Jonathan Dockery recently had Wash Club pick up his comforter, and in a matter of two hours it was back on his front porch. He smiled, “It was returned so fast and smelled absolutely amazing.  I immediately took a nap.” 

For more information, visit https://www.washclubatl.com/

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Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.