Making company history with ribbon cutting ceremony
You are invited to celebrate the opening, Monday, June 25 at 10 a.m., of CITY Clean and Simple’s new facility in Polk City, 130 East Vista Lake Ave. This is the first expansion built to support CITY’s growing service area. The industrial laundering company, headquartered in Oelwein, started servicing the Des Moines metropolitan area eight years ago when President Colin Wetlaufer realized the need for a local uniform and floor mat provider.
“We are an Iowa-based provider who focuses on the quality of service. We are growing a lot of sales in the area just based off word-of-mouth,” Wetlaufer said. “I am excited to ask — when will Des Moines [and the surrounding area’s product volume] be bigger than Oelwein’s?”
This ceremony will commemorate the construction of the building, as well as the company’s overall business growth in the Des Moines and surrounding area. Following the ceremony, there will be a reception at The Reising Sun Café in Polk City. Among the attendees will be Colin Wetlaufer, president of CITY; Mark Ballo, Des Moines regional manager of CITY; Jason Morse, Polk City mayor; Josh Maclean, Polk City Chamber & Economic Development board president; Reed Festing-Smith, project manager of Estes Construction and Merle Allen, site superintendent of Estes Construction.
To learn about CITY and the services they provide, visit www.CITYCleanAndSimple.com.