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Wanted: Laundromat
Contact: Chuck Post at 619-227-5711, 949-878-2755
Posting: 247664 - Available   Refreshed: 2/8/21
Area: Glendale Area, LA County   Price: None Given
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Short Profile: We are looking for a Coin Laundry, Laundromat to buy preferably within 20 miles of Glendale, CA including, Pasadena, Altadena, Verdugo Hills and Sylmar areas. We are looking at $150K to $300K price range, depending on condition. Please contact us asap if your laundry meets these requirements.   Email contact.

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