Co-Presidents of CLEAN Gary and Neil Lazaroff were recently recognized in the St. Louis Business Journal for CLEAN’s 75th anniversary!
CLEAN was founded in St. Louis in 1938 by Gary and Neil’s father, Morris Lazaroff. Gary and Neil were given charge of operations in 1969 and led the company through a period of expansion and growth.
Today, the third generation of the family manages operations. Gary and Neil’s sons have followed in their fathers’ footsteps by continuing to push the company to grow, innovate, and adapt. As one of the few family-owned, independent industrial launderers left in the United States, CLEAN has remained a strong and influential leader in the industry.
Through efforts ranging from installing solar panels on facility roofs to managing wastewater to opening a new healthcare laundry facility to making CLEAN a great place to work, CLEAN is setting a new standard for the rest of the textile and industrial laundry industry to live up to.
Just like in 1938, CLEAN still follows Morris’s advice: “make the customer love you!” Click here to discover The CLEAN Difference and to see how we can solve all of your business’s textile and laundry headaches.
Click on the embedded links to view Gary and Neil’s features in the St. Louis Business Journal.