Elizabeth Swindells

Thurmont town officials were on hand on Saturday, January 20, 2018, for the official ribbon-cutting for the new business Nu-Way Master Dry Cleaners at 12 E. Main Street in Thurmont. Thurmont’s location is the sixth location opened by owner, Ascohi Kassabian. The successful, family-owned and operated business already has bustling locations in Waynesboro, Greencastle, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, as well as two convenient locations to service our military personnel, one is located inside Carlisle Barracks Military Base and the other is located with-in Fort Detrick. Nu-Way is so proud to serve those who serve us by ensuring that our servicemen always look their best in clean and pressed uniforms.

Ascohi has twenty-two years of experience, providing customers with quality services and a very friendly staff. In addition to dry-cleaning, Nu-Way offers a wash-and-fold laundry service, uniform cleaning, uniform tailoring, clothing alterations, clothing repairs, shoe repair, leather care, suede care, linens, garment weaving, wedding gown cleaning, and more! On one occasion, a woman brought in a gown that, over the course of forty years, had yellowed. Nu-Way staff members were able to restore the color and, in-turn, restore the gown’s former beauty! Do not forget to ask them about their preservation services. Also, for your convenience, Nu-way offers pick-up and drop-off services to both residential and commercial locations at no extra cost.

With competitive rates, an astoundingly quick turn-around time, and an attention-to-detail that goes unmatched, you would be right to trust your business with Nu-Way. Be sure to check out their website at www.nu-waycleaners.com, which offers details on locations, store hours, contact information, rates, and coupons.

In Thurmont, Nu-Way is open from 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. They are also open Saturdays, from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Nu-Way is closed on Sundays. Call the Thurmont location at 240-288-7163 with any questions.

Pictured are Makayla Eibert, Katy Bowers, Ascohi Kassabian, and Carol Manns.

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