Clock with a question mark, featured image for busy hours for Liberty Laundry post

“When are your busy hours?”

Liberty Laundry’s busiest days are definitely Sunday and Saturday. What’s the “best time” to come in? Tuesday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. are the least busy times for all three of our laundromat locations in Tulsa and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

We get asked this question often so we thought it might be nice to post some signs in our laundromats and on this website to answer the question, “When are y’all busy?” ūüôā ¬†We hope this helps!

Check in to win - quarterly drawing for a $100 pre-loaded self-service laundry card at Liberty Laundry.

And the Winner is…

Congratulations to Stacie N. for winning our second quarterly drawing for a $100 self-service laundry card! ¬†How did she win this, you ask? ¬†Just by being a regular customer and participating in our Belly Rewards program. ¬†It’s easy! ¬†Each time you visit our store, check in on the iPad located at the service counter to earn points towards great rewards such as a free wash, free dry, or even free drop-off laundry service – up to fifty bucks! ¬†Also, by sharing your email address, you’re entered into our quarterly drawing for a $100 self-service laundry card. ¬†This time, Stacie was the winner!

Profile picture for Stacie N., who is the winner of a $100 self-service laundry card at Liberty Laundry

Stacie N., winner supreme!

Our next drawing will be held at the end of September, so if you haven’t signed up for our Belly Rewards program then… Well, what are you waiting for!? ¬†It’s fun and saves you money! ¬†It’s just one more way we say THANK YOU for being our customer!

Check in to win - quarterly drawing for a $100 pre-loaded self-service laundry card at Liberty Laundry.

We Have a Winner!

Congratulations to Katrina W. for winning our first quarterly for a $100 self-service Liberty Laundry card!  Everyone who entered the drawing by sharing their email address in our Belly loyalty program is still eligible for our next drawing this summer.

Earn points every time you visit our laundromats for our drop-off laundry service or self-service laundry just by checking in!  Check out our rewards list here.

Picture of Katrina W, who is the winner of the drawing for a $100 laundry card.

Katrina W., the lucky winner and super-awesome person all around!

An image of the Belly app running on a smartphone and some of the BellyCard keytags used to check in at Liberty Laundry.

Do You Belly?

Heard about Liberty Laundry’s¬†new loyalty program yet? ¬†It’s called Belly! ¬†Funny name, but the savings are real. ¬†You can even get your laundry done for free!

An image of an iPad sitting on the service counter, running the BellyCard loyalty application at Liberty Laundry.

Here’s how it works: When you visit one of our three locations in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, or near Jenks, Oklahoma, for our self-service coin laundromat or drop-off laundry service, you check in on the iPad running the Belly app at the service counter¬†using¬†either a free BellyCard or an¬†app on¬†your iPhone or Android smartphone. ¬†When you check in on each visit to our laundromat, you earn points which can be redeemed for rewards such as a free wash, free dry, or even up to $50 free drop-off laundry service. ¬†Neat!

Plus, anyone who chooses to share their email address with us is eligible to win our quarterly drawing for a pre-loaded $100 laundry card for self-service laundry. ¬†Now we’re talking!

Check In To Win - Quarterly Drawing: $100 pre-loaded self-service laundry card.

CLICK HERE TO SEE REWARDS

 

A street sign at Liberty Laundry that says, "Suds your duds here."

Yup, We’re Okies

A street sign at Liberty Laundry that says, "Suds your duds here."¬†Posted this silly sign recently at our 71st & Sheridan coin laundromat in south Tulsa. Ain’t no need to overcomplicate your life: Our drop-off laundry service and self-service coin laundromat helps you “git ‘r done!”

A pickup with several buckets of powdered soap sitting in the bed of the truck in the parking lot outside Liberty Laundry.

That’s a Lot of Soap!

Ever wondered how much soap Liberty Laundry uses each month for Wash-Dry-Fold drop-off laundry orders?  Get a load of this:

A black pickup truck with several white fifty-pound buckets of powdered soap in the pickup bed sitting in Liberty Laundry's parking lot.

Each bucket holds 50 lbs. of concentrated detergent. ¬†That’s over 450 lbs. of detergent in this picture, folks! ¬†Even more impressive is that this¬†is¬†only 2/3 of what we use in a month. ¬†That’s all that could fit in the back of the truck at one time. ¬†Our Assistant Operations Manager, Sean, had just finished dropping off soap to one of our stores and was on the way to the other two. ¬†Considering you can wash up to 40lbs. of laundry with just one little scoop of this stuff, we’re talking a lot of laundry!

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This detergent is powerful stuff. ¬†It’s not available for resale to normal consumers – you have to be a laundry to purchase it from a distributor! ¬†This allows us to process orders more quickly (less spot treating needed!) and gets your clothes cleaner than if you were to do it yourself. ¬†Nice! ¬†We have other varieties of detergent available if you request it such as unscented hypoallergenic soap or Tide, but this soap is our main go-to for standard laundry and we highly recommend it. ¬†We call it our “Liberty Laundry House Blend” for the standard stuff and “Master Clean” for the really heavy duty detergent which is used for things like oily greasy mechanic’s clothing.

Got a lot of laundry but you’d like us to do it for you? ¬†We’re ready for ya!

Forefounders Episode 14: The Bright Spot in a Dingy Industry with Brian Henderson of Liberty Laundry

Podcast Interview: FOREFOUNDERS

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FOREFOUNDERS Ep. 14: The Bright Spot in a Dingy Industry with Brian Henderson of Liberty Laundry

In this podcast interview hosted by attorney Zac Lindsey of LINDSEYfirm, Operations Manager Brian Henderson shares the story of how Liberty Laundry came to be, why the company’s laundromats in the Tulsa metro perform so well, a vision of where the company is headed, and why the heck a guy¬†with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry is operating a chain of laundromats!

Zac Lindsey is a local Tulsa attorney specializing in assisting small business owners, start-ups, and entrepreneurs navigate the legal challenges of being self-employed and growing or selling a company. ¬†He’s a great guy and definitely someone you want working on your behalf!

Click here to listen the episode

Click here to visit LINDSEYfirm.net

A street sign outside Liberty Laundry that says, "Come celebrate Eva's last day, October 30, 2015, from 1 pm to 5 pm."

Farewell, Eva!

A portrait of Eva Smith, smiling and looking confident with her arms crossed and the knowledge that she has done her job well!

Friday, October 30, 2015, will be Eva Smith’s last day working for Liberty Laundry. ¬†After ten years of excellent service to the company and its¬†customers, Eva will retire and spend time traveling and visiting family. ¬†All are invited to come say hi during her last shift from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at our Lynn Lane laundromat¬†at 709 N. 9th St. (71st & Lynn Lane) in Broken Arrow, OK. ¬†Aside from the owners¬†(the Henderson family), Eva has been Liberty Laundry’s most long-term employee in its ten year history. She’s been with us from the start, and has made many friends in the Broken Arrow community and helped build the company into the success story it is today. ¬†We will miss you, Eva!

A street sign outside Liberty Laundry that says, "Come celebrate Eva's last day, October 30, 2015, from 1 pm to 5 pm."