New York, NY, June 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- There is such a thing as a “free lunch” after all. This Friday, June 29, Slate NYC will offer the doormen of West Village apartment buildings a free lunch – Mexican style. For four hours the doormen will be treated to tamales, agua de jamaica, horchata and agua de limon and a playlist of traditional Mexican tunes.
Employee of Slate NYC; the pressers, the drivers, the butlers, the cleaners, and everyone else that takes part in getting a dirty thong clean again will be present to meet with the doormen. They share a similar set of values as the doormen, who are primarily Hispanic: a dedication to serving their tenants.
“We want to meet our new neighbors. We want to be a positive influence in this neighborhood,” said Miguel Zabludovsky, Slate NYC’s President and CEO. The event will take place at 96 Morton, the company’s headquarters and production facility. The facility is the first of it’s kind, being designed by an award-winning architect and built by the same people who built the SoHo House, and the G-Spa at the Gansevoort Hotel
This is another unprecedented move, as no other company has ever held an event of this sort. Doormen are key players in the vast, behind-the-scenes infrastructure of services that supply the residents of Manhattan’s doorman buildings their packages, their security, and their clean clothes.
Slate NYC is an eco-luxury wardrobe renewal company. Already a sensation according to The Wall Street Journal, Daily Candy, New York Magazine, and the New York Sun, the company offers high-end laundry and dry cleaning services to customers all over Manhattan. Utilizing eco- and skin- friendly technologies Slate NYC offers an alternative to the harsh, toxic chemicals that most dry cleaners use. The company also pioneered prix-fixe pricing, which has eliminated confusion and simplified the dirty clothes equation. Visit slatenyc.com for more information.
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Carlos Vasallo, PR Coordinator
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