"In a nutshell, highly appealing dry cleaning services are offered at comparatively reduced options while the availed attractive discounts make the service options more affordable to an extent of creating a mutual relationship with clients."
This is the final paragraph of a blog post appearing on a Georgia, USA dry cleaner's website.
Can anyone explain what this sentence actually means?
Many dry cleaners have been led to believe that it's critical to add blog posts to their websites in order to "engage with a wider audience." This has led to a proliferation of blog posts on dry cleaner websites that can best be described as bullcrap.
There are some common threads running through these posts:
You don't have to be an English major to get a hearty chuckle from this piece of drivel:
During special moments, many people tend to dress to kill so that they can easily capture the attention of individuals they interact with not forgetting every employee is usually required to maintain an elegant dressing code in their line of duty. Professional dry cleaners have spotted the increased demand for the best services, instigating them to combine the expansive experience with fine skills to ensure that they offer top dry cleaning techniques that end-up satisfying clients fully. Consequently, persons with an urge of hiring dry cleaning services are advised to research comprehensively about the best professionals with proven records in quality service provision.
Highly concerned dry cleaners are linked with an exclusive program that entail pick up of dirty laundry, shoes, bed linens and hats prior to assuring a detailed cleaning technique and delivering the perfectly clean items back to the clients resulting to full satisfaction. The encouraging thing about the convenient dry cleaning services is the truth that they offer safety mechanisms to ensure that all luxury items are handled with care that may include; duvet, sham, comforters, and pillow knowing very well that clients are as well assured with quality hanging and folding tactics. More so, the best dry cleaning companies make a point of satisfying fighters, police and security guards with an impressive look bearing in mind that their uniforms are frequently passed through the best dry cleaning process following the agreement with specific institutions."
The blog post goes on and on for a few paragraphs in this fashion.
This post is is utter bullcrap.
At RAVE FabriCARE, we've always strived to educate and inform -- even if you'll never use our services. Because the more you know about garment, household textile and accessory care, the better you'll be able to challenge your dry cleaner when they "feed you a line."
I like to say that our website is a free, 24/7 trade show for all questions you might have about garment, household textile and accessory care.
Here's the takeaway from this post: