The Innovation of Profit

Tuesday, June 18, 2024

5:00PM – 9:00PM

Wythe Hotel – Main Hall & Garden Terrace

80 Wythe Avenue

Williamsburg, Brooklyn New York 11249

You're Invited

Whether you’re a multi-store owner or just getting started, you can’t afford to miss our Master Class on June 18th. There is no cost to attend and no obligation — just ideas and inspiration for laundromat owners who want to experience the lowest total cost of ownership. We guarantee you’ll leave with fresh perspective to make your laundry shine!

The Art of Laundromat Ownership

During this one-of-a-kind event, we will dissect the components of revenue and demonstrate how small optimizations can drive big profits. Through interactive discussions and live demonstrations, we will cover innovations in variable pricing, mastering P&L statements, and strategies for acquiring, retaining and delighting customers. Enjoy food, drinks, and music as we explore the future of the industry. Space is limited — RSVP to reserve your spot today!

Boost Profits

Discover new ways to maximize revenue and minimize expenses by enhancing the customer experience, optimizing machine performance, and improving operational efficiency.

Interactive Discussions

Connect with top executives, sales, service & marketing pros from Laundrylux. Bring your questions! Soak up our insights and gain from 70+ years of our knowledge.

Live Demos

Technology is rapidly changing the profit equation. See how cycle upgrade options, innovative tech, apps and connected machines can help you capture micro-profits.

Mastering the P&L

Our experts will help you understand your store's P&L statement, identifying new opportunities to boost sales, control costs, and improve your bottom line.

About the Venue

Wythe Hotel is the original boutique hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, focused on community, food, culture, and warm, genuine service. The Cooperage that houses Wythe Hotel was designed by Theobald Engehart and opened in 1901. Originally built to manufacture barrels for the sugar refiners that lined the East River at that time, it was one of the last masonry and timber buildings built in Brooklyn before reinforced concrete became the preferred construction method. See you there!


No cost to attend. Due to limited space, advance registration is required. Please complete the form below.


Call Inessa Ramos at 646-397-1224 or email

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