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What You'll Get
Clothes can say a lot about a person: a little black dress bespeaks elegance, while shorts and a T-shirt imply that the defendant is not taking this murder charge very seriously. Keep your reputation spotless with today's Groupon to Holiday Dry Cleaners valid at both Charlotte locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get $25 worth of dry-cleaning services.
- For $100, you get a bridal-gown preservation (a $200 value).
The dedicated staffers at Holiday Dry Cleaners, who have been restoring sullied duds to pristine condition for more than three decades, spruce up dingy wardrobes with modern equipment and eco-friendly practices. Guests can drop off their pants ($6.29), blouses ($6.29), and golf shirts ($3.49) for a thorough scouring, so they can later feed their closets clean clothes instead of dusty Bowflexes. Dry-clean experts treat button-down shirts with extra care ($2.40), using safe products and starches to clean shirts without fading color. A freshly dry-cleaned suit ($13.98) allows wearers to look the part during business meetings or company pie fights. Wedding-gown preservation restores the dress to its original luster with a ten-step process that includes a hand cleaning and double stain inspection. The meticulous preservationists return the sparkling gown in an archival-quality acid-free box.
The grime exterminators of Holiday Dry Cleaners bestow clients with complimentary garment bags tagged with their names and bar coded to ensure nothing gets mixed up.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for pick-up and delivery service. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Holiday Dry Cleaners
Frank A. Deaton opened Holiday Dry Cleaners in 1964, and his son, Frank Deaton Jr., assumed control over the stain-slaying operation on the senior Deaton's retirement. Dry-cleaning practices have changed with the times, and the crew now helms new equipment and biodegradable products that are safer than the chemicals and styrofoam claim tickets from the days of yore. Collar guards, anti-wrinkle hangers, and advanced pressing technology help each piece of apparel to return to its owner looking sharp.