What You'll Get
Dirty clothes are traditionally worn only by grungy rock stars, vagabonds, and royals pretending to be “regular people” for the purpose of understanding life outside castle walls. If you don’t fit into one of these categories, pick up today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of services at 77 Green Dry Cleaners, valid at the Pikesville location. This Groupon is good for any service, including:
- Dry cleaning
- Wedding gown preservation
The friendly staff at 77 Green Dry Cleaners solves clothing conundrums with a hamperful of environmentally friendly cleaning options and services such as tailoring, alteration, and wedding-gown preservation. Expert cleaners de-stain suits ($11.95 for a two-piece), scour shirts ($1.50), purify pants ($4.95), and absolve anoraks ($5.95) of memories of making s’mores over an open lighter in office cubicles. Additionally, wizardly needleworkers can tweak blue jeans’ hems ($12–$30) so they avoid puddles, and preserve wedding-day memories with meticulous bridal-gown care. Wedding dresses will be encircled with unbleached muslin before being hand-pressed in a silver chest, ensuring time, hangers, and jealous bridesmaids won’t diminish their form.
77 Green Dry Cleaners dwells inside 2her2him, a modern boutique with soft purple carpeting, sleek white walls, track lighting, and a collection of jewelry and original women’s fashions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only; valid for drop-off service. Valid only at Pikesville location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 77 Green Dry Cleaners
Hydrocarbon, an environmentally friendly organic compound, cleans every garment that enters 77 Green Dry Cleaners, including luxury garments from brands such as Armani, Chanel, and Escada. In addition to tailoring custom clothing and altering hems and waistlines, the shop can clean, repair, and preserve delicate wedding dresses with help from Wedding Gown Preservation Co., which has cared for dresses since 1913, the year weddings first came to America.