By July 17, 2017 35 Comments

Lapels Dry Cleaning holds a clothing drive every year to benefit Big Brother Big Sister. This year’s drive took in a record amount of clothing from Lapels customers—16,093 pounds to be precise. The clothing will be sold through a variety of channels– consignment shops, flea markets and online portals—with proceeds benefiting fund mentoring programs for young girls and boys in the states where Lapels Dry Cleaning stores participated—Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri and Arizona. Lapels Dry Cleaning of Cohasset, MA, collected the most pounds of clothes, 2900. (l-r) Lapels Dry Cleaning of Cohasset Franchise Owner Kimberly Wilkinson, Lapels Dry Cleaning CEO Kevin Dubois and Lapels Dry Cleaning of Cohasset Manager Rich Delbou (far right) present the symbolic “check” to Steve Beck, executive director of Big Brother Big Sister Foundation.

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Update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

To our Lapels Dry Cleaning Customers,

We at Lapels want to ensure the safety of our team members, customers and the communities we service.  Many of our stores will run with a reduced hours of operation per our guidance below however we encourage you to speak directly to your store about any store specific changes or visit the website of that store specifically which will have temporary hours listed.