Kick-start for Belfast laundry business

Kick-start for Belfast laundry business

Belfast laundry businesses, CN Hygiene and the Kit Cleaning Company, have celebrated a ‘kick-start’ return to business activity with the cleaning and preparation of the Northern Ireland Ladies football team kits.

The family-run businesses run by husband and wife-team, Nikki and Michael Sturgeoner, have had to down-tools for almost 12-months as the majority of their work services both the hospitality and sports industries.

Nikki, who runs the Kit Cleaning Company explained to the business section of www. newsletter.co.uk: “To know we helped get the ladies ready for their victory gave us all a sense of pride.The past 12 months have been very tough for us as a family run business totally reliant on other sectors – both of whom have had to shut.

“The Kit Cleaning Company has contracts with sports teams at all levels across the country, and we rely on them playing their weekly match. I am so thankful that this is now resuming and can’t wait to get back to work for what we hope will be a busy summer ahead.” Michael Sturgeoner, who runs sister company, CN Hygiene, continued: “The majority of our business is to service the hospitality industry. We launder everything from bed linen, tablecloths, napkins, aprons to dishcloths.

“To have this industry shut down for most of the year means that we have suffered the same blow. It has been extremely hard to survive, but I am grateful that we have, and we are ready for a bumper summer of staycations and eating out.”

Johnny, Coach at Northern Ireland Ladies Football Team is pictured with Nikki Sturgeoner, Kit Cleaning Company, Belfast

Kick-start for Belfast laundry business

Belfast laundry businesses, CN Hygiene and the Kit Cleaning Company, have celebrated a ‘kick-start’ return to business activity with the cleaning and preparation of the Northern Ireland Ladies football team kits.

The family-run businesses run by husband and wife-team, Nikki and Michael Sturgeoner, have had to down-tools for almost 12-months as the majority of their work services both the hospitality and sports industries.

Nikki, who runs the Kit Cleaning Company explained to the business section of www. newsletter.co.uk: “To know we helped get the ladies ready for their victory gave us all a sense of pride.The past 12 months have been very tough for us as a family run business totally reliant on other sectors – both of whom have had to shut.

“The Kit Cleaning Company has contracts with sports teams at all levels across the country, and we rely on them playing their weekly match. I am so thankful that this is now resuming and can’t wait to get back to work for what we hope will be a busy summer ahead.” Michael Sturgeoner, who runs sister company, CN Hygiene, continued: “The majority of our business is to service the hospitality industry. We launder everything from bed linen, tablecloths, napkins, aprons to dishcloths.

“To have this industry shut down for most of the year means that we have suffered the same blow. It has been extremely hard to survive, but I am grateful that we have, and we are ready for a bumper summer of staycations and eating out.”

Johnny, Coach at Northern Ireland Ladies Football Team is pictured with Nikki Sturgeoner, Kit Cleaning Company, Belfast

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