Cleaning Up – Out to Lunch – It’s New Orleans
If you do your own laundry, you probably think you’ve got a small mountain of it if you have four or five loads to throw in the washing machine.
There’s a family firm in Kenner called Pellerin Milnor who have been making washing machines for nearly 80 years, but you wouldn’t buy one for your house. Their machines wash around 7,000 pounds of laundry. An hour. Pellerin Milnor washing machines and dryers are in hospitals, cruise ships, and other industrial laundry facilities around the world.
The President of Pellerin Milnor , James Pellerin, joins Peter on this edition of Out to Lunch.
Let’s face it, most of us don’t like cleaning up. And even if you’re one of those folks who do, you probably wouldn’t want Tommy Boudreaux’s job. Tommy’s company, Clean Scene, cleans up what are called “biohazardous scenes.” In plain English, that’s the mess left behind after someone is shot, or kills themselves. Or after a flood, fire or other disaster. Somebody has to do it.
Tommy Boudreaux, founder of Clean Scene, is Peter’s other guest today on Out to Lunch.
In the You Heard It Here First segment of the show, Peter introduces Sharree Walls and her entrepreneurial concept, Solace, the super-personalized web way to furnish your living space. Hear a longer conversation with Sharree, Peter, James, and Tommy here.