Clothesline Cleaners offers to clean a military outfit for free on Veteran’s Day
In honor of Veterans Day, Clothesline Cleaners in Boise and Meridian will clean one military uniform free of charge if it is brought into either Clothesline location on Friday, Nov. 11.
“We owe our veterans a huge thanks for protecting our nation and we hope to show our appreciation with this gesture,” said Gary McCracken, owner of Clothesline.
The offer applies to veterans, active-duty personnel and civilians. The offer applies to cleaning and pressing only of any military dress or class A uniform. Alterations, sewing and repairs are available upon request. Active duty personnel may bring in a uniform for professional cleaning, or veterans may bring in their old uniforms for sprucing-up, or civilians can bring in heirloom uniforms.
“Active duty personnel need professional uniform cleaning, while veterans may want to get their original uniform cleaned and restored. We also have many family members that bring in their dad’s or grandfather’s uniform in preparation for a shadow box display,” McCracken said.
As always, a 10 percent discount applies for active duty personnel for any and all clothing they bring in for repairs or cleaning. Clothesline Cleaners is at the southeast corner of Orchard Road and Franklin Street in Boise and at the southeast corner of Overland and Meridian roads in Meridian.
For more information, see clotheslinecleaners.com, facebook.com/clotheslineidaho, youtube.com/clotheslinecleaners and twitter @clothingcare.