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Tama Laundromat sees extensive renovations downtown

May 2, 2011
By John Speer, Editor •
TAMA NEWS-HERALD -“We’re happy to be able to provide a service the community needs and help downtown Tama grow,” said Marty Hardon, owner of the coin-operated Tama Laundromat at 113 W. 3rd St.

Purchased from Miguel Guzman, the self-service facility has been expanded to include two, large-capacity 60 lb. and four, 40-lb. washers. They supplement the existing three, 25-lb. washers and six top-load machines.

In addition, six new dryers have been added to go along with the eight existing units.

A new soft water system has been put in operation and the building features geo-thermal heating and air conditioning.

As an added feature, there is video surveillance system to assure safety for both customers and their laundry items. Tama Laundromat is open 24-hours-a-day.

The facility has already proven popular with the many downtown Tama residents and others living throughout the area.

Article Photos

Members of the Tama-Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Marty Hardon at his newly-renovated Tama Laundromat.From left are Jim Tekippe, Sue Carnahan, Mark Wesely, Carolyn Dolezal, Don Musgrave, Marty Hardon, Karen Musgrave, Kelly Vesely-Naylor, Kim Hanken, Cathy Campbell, Byron Witt, Mike Gilcrist, Harlan Dirks, Donna Princehouse and Lindsey Yanecek. News-Herald/John Speer



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