COURTESY PHOTO, Northwest Center

COURTESY PHOTO, Northwest Center

Trudi visits Kent

First Lady of Washington tours Northwest Center’s Puget Sound Laundry Facilities to see how inclusion works

  • Monday, May 6, 2019 2:34pm
  • News

First Lady of Washington Trudi Inslee, second from left, joins Northwest Center President & CEO Gene Boes, far left, along with employees of Northwest Center’s Puget Sound Laundry Services (PSLS). Inslee toured the Kent facility and spent some time with workers Monday morning.

Northwest Center, a nonprofit promoting inclusion and serving children and adults with disabilities across the state, operates PSLS as part of its social enterprise. The commercial laundry serves many of the largest hotels in the Puget Sound region and employees a workforce where more than 40 percent employees have a documented disability.

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