Welcome New Franchisee & Tips For Fire Safety



December 2021


Welcome New Franchisee & Tips for Fire Safety


As we approach the holidays, we look forward to spending time with family. It’s also a time for looking back at a year full of challenges overcome and blessings savored.

We’re grateful for the partners and teams who help us be a strong and positive resource for families in need. And we’re excited to welcome another franchisee to the FRSTeam family: Dryy Garment Care of North Virginia.

You can read about them below, along with some seasonal safety tips to keep in mind as you gather with your families around the fire for the holidays.


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Welcome New Franchisee: Dryy Garment Care of North Virginia

We’re thrilled to welcome Dryy Garment of North Virginia. With strong retention and a zest for learning, they’ve clearly built a team that understands and values the details. Most employees have over nine years tenure and are eager to expand their service offerings.

Some history:

The original operation, Total Cleaners, Inc. was founded in 2002 by Seoha Woo as a dry-cleaning valet solution. After experiencing double digit growth by 2016, Woo joined forces with Ken Sandy, who was having great success with his own laundry locker program. Together, they rebranded the operation to Dryy Garment Care, launching a multichannel service platform by combining technology and retail for a reimagined experience. To date, they partner in over 500 multifamily communities, with 5 retail locations, in addition to owning a centralized 15,000 sq ft eco-friendly processing facility.

Welcome to our FRSTeam family!


Holiday Safety Tips

Before you light that first fire of the holiday, call the chimney sweep to remove that flammable creosote and soot. While you’re at it, other fireplace safety tips include:

  • Only burn seasoned firewood in your wood stove or fireplace.
  • Check all your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Make sure there’s one outside the bedrooms.
  • Don’t put candles or your Christmas tree too close to the fireplace.
  • Hang stockings with care, i.e. where they won’t catch fire.


As always, please reach out with any questions or stories you’d like to share.

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