There’s been a void in the Union Station neighborhood for dry cleaning services and Revolution Cleaners is excited to become a part of the solution. We sat down with General Manager, Mike Poeschl, to learn more about how this locally owned business is expanding and is looking forward to open its fifth location in the heart of downtown Denver.
The Coloradan: What makes Revolution Cleaners stand out in comparison to its competitors?
Mike: While there are a lot of companies offering dry cleaning services, we differentiate ourselves through our environmentally friendly focus, technology, and our approach to customer service. Our dry cleaning process uses a biodegradable and non-toxic solvent called GreenEarth. We believe it is the most environmentally friendly solvent available. For wet cleaning, we have technology that reduces the amount of water we use each year by approximately 250,000 gallons.
Other technology that sets us apart is our online portal and mobile app, which allow customers to make payments and schedule a pickup if they choose to use our complimentary pickup and delivery service. Our biggest differentiator may be our customer service. We understand our customers are bringing us some of their most personal items and we take that responsibility seriously. We work hard to make sure we are producing the highest quality product possible. If we don’t meet a client’s expectations, we will take the extra steps to make it right.
The Coloradan: What made The Coloradan a desirable location?
Mike: We saw an opportunity to serve a community that doesn’t currently have a dry cleaner in the area. We’re downtown almost every day making deliveries, but we realize some customers prefer a storefront and face-to-face interaction. Our team feels that this store will help us build upon the relationships we’ve been making and create a more personal experience for our customers. The Coloradan is the perfect spot for us as it fits our ethos with sustainability.
The Coloradan: Now that you’ll be spending more time in the neighborhood, where would you say your favorite restaurant is to dine?
Mike: Snooze – all the way! I don’t usually get excited about going out for breakfast, but Snooze is on another level. It’s one of those rare places that you can order anything from the menu and never go wrong. I love that I can feel comfortable exploring new dishes. I also love Stoic & Genuine for the atmosphere. While I have yet to eat a full meal there, I’ve really enjoyed having drinks and appetizers at the bar. It’s definitely on my list to dine at soon!
We’re looking forward to Revolution’s top-notch service joining our list of amazing ground floor retailers!