New Laundromat in Reno/Sparks Offers Huge Promotion, Large Washers, WiFi and AC!

New Laundromat in Reno/Sparks NV. Offers Wi-Fi, AC, and large washers. Pay with coins, or pay with your phone. If you add $25 to their app, they will double your money for a limited time!

Sparks, United States - September 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Open as of August 2019, the new MegaWash Laundromat Sparks is proud to serve the local communities of Sparks and Reno, Nevada, and welcomes customers to come and experience a new high-tech method of washing laundry. Not your typical coin operated laundry, MegaWash Laundromat features brand-new laundry machines that can be operated by a customer’s smartphone from start to finish and hosts a number of other modern amenities for customers including high-speed WiFi and TVs. In celebration of the MegaWash Laundromat grand opening, customers who use the smartphone app can receive a $25 credit for free when they add $25 to their account, instantly doubling the funds in one’s account. This offer is for a limited time only and is available now through November 1, 2019.

“Only a few smartphone-powered laundromats are available nationwide, and we are proud to open the first one ever in Nevada,” said Michael Nemetz of MegaWash. “Our customers deserve a laundry experience that is pleasant and efficient, and at MegaWash Laundromat, we are dedicated to providing just that with a safe, clean space and new modern equipment.”

Upon entering the MegaWash Laundromat in Sparks, customers will be instructed to download an application on their smartphone to easily begin washing their items. After following instructions to load money onto an account, customers can select a machine and immediately start a wash. The application then conveniently alerts customers when their cycle is complete. Additionally, since laundry is a recurring chore for all families, customers using MegaWash’s app can earn loyalty points through frequent use of the laundromat. For customers who do not have access to the smartphone application, machines at MegaWash also operate with coin payments.

The MegaWash Laundromat features high-quality washers and dryers that are guaranteed to thoroughly clean clothes using the latest technology. Washers and dryers are also available in multiple sizes, perfect for customers who need to wash just one load of clothing to those washing larger textiles and may need a super-sized machine that can handle up to eight loads. That’s 80 lbs of Laundry!

Additional modern features of the MegaWash Laundromat include four LED television screens, allowing customers to sit back and enjoy watching live content, high-speed WiFi for those looking to surf the web or watch a movie on their phone, a dedicated parking lot to guarantee a short walk to the storefront, air-conditioning for comfort, and plenty of seating. Furthermore, MegaWash is committed to maintaining the cleanest space possible and always has an attendant on-duty to oversee the space and its equipment.

Along with self-service, MegaWash offers customers the option of wash and fold. Bring your clothing in and MegaWash will wash, dry, and fold your clothing.

MegaWash Laundromat is located at 1040 El Rancho Dr, Sparks, NV 89431.

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Contact Info:
Name: Spencer Nemetz
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Organization: MegaWash Laundromat
Address: 1040 El Rancho Dr, Sparks, Nevada 89431, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88921341

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