GreenEarth Blog

With less than three weeks under my belt as part of the GreenEarth Team, I stepped foot onto the Clean Show floor for the first time bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. And man, I have to be honest, I was blown away. Let’s just say, that is...

When I graduated in the 1990s, I never thought I’d have been working in the dry cleaning industry for nearly 15 years. And those years have been really interesting, full of so many journeys, both literally and figuratively. My GreenEarth journey started with Johnson Cleaners, the...

“Take care of the animals and the land, and they will take care of you” was a phrase I heard a lot from my grandfather while growing up on his farm. I remember him putting his animals and the land before himself all the time....

This was my response to an interviewer who was talking to me about a job opportunity “at a multi-location retail chain that employs primarily women”.  At least that’s the description I was given. This interview was arranged by my Finance Department advisor, Dr. Rajiv Kalra,...

I’ve wanted to be a writer in some capacity for as long as I can remember. When I was probably no more than 5 or 6, I would write poems and songs and perform them for my parents. In high school, I took as many...

Being asked to provide a snapshot of my GreenEarth dry cleaning story , it seemed appropriate to start near the beginning of this journey that led to my current position as Business Development Manager at GreenEarth Cleaning and an owner of the GreenEarth Cleaners in...

What can I say that hasn’t already been said? We’ve been celebrating our 20th Anniversary for three months now, and the rest of our team has covered how important our Affiliates are to us and how GreenEarth has grown over the years. With that said,...

I joined the GreenEarth Cleaning team back in 2009, and I am consistently impressed, even to this day, by this company’s 20-year-long commitment to providing the dry cleaning industry with sustainable and environmentally non-toxic solutions. When I first started 10 years ago, we only offered...

Coming to a country, with less than a hundred dollars, and not knowing the language, to owning a small business. Through hard work, not spending money on useless things, and living with two other families in a small one-bedroom apartment, this was how many Korean...

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