Chamber holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for Ocean Suds Laundromat

Offers upscale laundromat like none other
May 12, 2013

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 5 for the Ocean Suds Laundromat. Members of the chamber’s Meet & Greet Committee were present to welcome Ocean Suds to the resort community.

Ocean Suds Laundromat is on the north side of Route 1 next to K&H Bagel, behind Old Bay. Ocean Suds II is an upscale laundromat like none other.

Ocean Suds offers state-of-the-art Electrolux equipment with machines that can handle all size loads. All machines spin out at 200G forces so laundry requires a shorter amount of time in the dryer.

Customers can relax in comfortable chairs and enjoy four large-screen TVs and children’s play area, view the artwork or play Keno while they wait. Take advantage of the four-minute laundry service - two-minute drop-off and two minutes to pick up, guaranteed. Commercial and residential wash & fold services are also available.

Located at 18675 Coastal Highway, Unit 4 in Rehoboth Beach, Ocean Suds is always clean, comfortable and well lit with an attendant on duty for assistance. The laundromat is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. For more information call 302-703-6601.

Shown are in back (l-r) Kyle Collins, Deana Franchak, Joshua Rash, Ava Culley, Stephanie Turner, Katherine McLean, Michael Velazquez, Joe Franchak, Pat Moran, Allison Houck and Chris Wiggins - TD Bank.

In front are Andrea Rash, Kathy Davison - Comcast Spotlight, John Jones, Madison Culley, John Rash, Kathy Rash, Fran Loyd, Tony Sliwinski, Phyllis Radish, Karen Franchak, Patty Burkentine - RBDBCC, Kevin Matthews, Joan Deaver - Sussex County Council, Matt Turlinski - Lighthouse Inn Bed & Breakfast and Katie Handy - Sign*A*Rama.




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