Choosing Bundaberg as the next spot to launch her business Laundry Lady was an easy option for Susan Toft, whose family has a historic connection to the local sugar cane industry.
Laundry Lady began as a time-saving idea by the busy mumpreneur on the Gold Coast in 2012 and has grown into an Australia-wide operation.
Recently, Susan has expanded her brand to Bundaberg as a direct result of increasing demand for affordable, reliable, and contactless laundry services.
“We’re thrilled to be launching into a brand new location, helping businesses, families, NDIS participants and more find the end of their washing basket!” she said.
Susan is Bundaberg born and bred, growing up with her time spent between a sugarcane farm in Oakwood and the ten pin bowling centre, which her parents Noel and Lola Toft owned in the '80s.
Her extended family were also involved in the Toft Brothers business which produced sugar cane harvesters.
Susan said said she was thrilled to be able to now provide her own simple laundry service in the town she grew up in.
“A real game-changer in the industry, The Laundry Lady is not only filling a market need on the customer front, but providing sustainable business opportunities for those who want flexible hours and to work from home,” she said.
“Our contractors don’t join us because they love doing laundry, they join us because they want flexibility around their lives.
“Booking for customers is a breeze – they simply click online, book, and leave their dirty laundry at the door.”
A helping hand for Bundaberg businesses and families
Susan said families, businesses, property managers and NDIS participants in Bundaberg and surrounds were now invited to book their next mobile wash, dry, fold and/or ironing service with The Laundry Lady.
“Laundry Lady offers pickup and delivery, easy online bookings, and a 24-hour turnaround,” she said.
To book head to www.laundrylady.com.au enter your suburb and select from available pickup dates and times.
Laundry Lady will be in attendance at the Regional Disability Expo (Bundaberg) on April 29.