Sitting atop the craggy Shawangunk ridge overlooking the blue of Lake Mohonk and 2,200 acres of scenic wilderness, Mohonk Mountain house is a spectacular 261 room Victorian castle. It has been a famed New Paltz, New York resort destination ever since it was built by the Smiley family in 1896.
SAVANNAH, Ga. – The chic Mansion at Forsyth Park Hotel opened its doors in April, 2005,following in the footsteps of chains like Westin hotels who pioneered the Heavenly Bed® concept.
The 126 room hotel offers its guests only the best in the form of luxurious Belle Époque linens with a sky-high 400 thread count, 10" Simmons Beauty Rest mattresses, 3" Pillow Tex mattress covers, triple sheeting and two King and two Queen pillow shams on all beds.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Two years ago, when an Atlantic City street expansion project to increase access to casinos and the boardwalk was announced, Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc. owners Tom D’Onofrio and David Goldberg were faced with the daunting reality of having to relocate their North Carolina Avenue facility.
ORANGE COUNTY,Ind. -- The famous and historical West Baden Springs hotel, once deemed the Eighth Wonder of the World, and its sister resort French Lick Springs are undergoing a $382 million renovation / expansion to restore their original glory. When both resorts open next year, the sparkling new laundry will be equipped with machinery from Super Laundry City Equipment (SLCE) of Indianapolis, IN.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- On a recent trip to Washington D.C., ARTA members lobbied lawmakers to promote reusable textiles. Members met with their representatives to discuss reduction in healthcare costs fueled by cost effective, reusable healthcare products, environmental stewardship from reducing dioxins from medical waste incineration and the creation of jobs that reusables support including handling, processing and delivery systems.
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A Gruesome Laundry Surprise
PHOENIX, Ariz. — A body in a bin was discovered by employees at a Sodexo commercial laundry facility. The body arrived on a delivery truck from medical facilities in Tucson. Team members who were unloading the bins first noticed blood on the sheets then discovered the body in one of the bins. The man, a transient, had previously slept in the laundry-bag area near the Tucson medical facility. It is believed that the man either died from a medical condition or was suffocated by the plastic bags. The body showed no signs of trauma or foul play.