New Kwik Wash Coin Laundry opens in Greenville
Feb. 7, 2019


Meriwether County and City of Greenville, GA officials attended a ribbon cutting Feb. 7 for the new Kwik Wash Coin Laundry in Greenville.
The event was hosted by the Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce and emceed by Chamber President Carolyn McKinley.
Owner of the new coin laundry, Greenville businessman Karim Dodhia, was joined by local officials, family and friends for the opening celebration. Dodhia also operates a Texaco gas station and the Kwik Karz car dealership in Greenville.
Among officials and friends on hand for the event were Greenville Mayor Charlene Glover, Greenville Mayor Pro Tem Josephine Stargell, Council Member Virginia Hill, Everlene Clay, Meriwether County Board of Commissioners District 2 Commissioner and Vice Chairman Mary Bray, James Sanders, Richard Davis of Marietta-based Davis CDL - Commercial Laundry Solutions, Meriwether County Development Authority President Jane Fryer and Administrative Assistant Velinda Walton.
Davis CDL provided the commercial washers and dryers for the coin laundry. His company services a range of business and government laundry needs from public use coin laundries to fire departments and animal shelters.
The machines, both regular and large capacity, will accept debit and credit cards for payment, Dodhia noted.
The laundry is located adjacent to the Piggly Wiggly shopping center on S. Talbotton St. in Greenville. Hours of operation will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week, although those hours may be adjusted according to customer demand.

Among those at the Feb. 7 ribbon cutting for the Kwik Wash Coin Laundry in Greenville, GA are, front, from left, Greenville City Council Member Virginia Hill, Meriwether County Dist. 2 Commissioner Mary Bray, Greenville Mayor Pro Tem Josephine Stargell, business owner Karim Dodhia, with scissors; back, from left, Richard Davis of Davis Commercial Laundry Solutions out of Marietta, James Sanders, Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce President Carolyn McKinley; front, from right, Meriwether County Development Authority President Jane Fryer, Development Authority Administrative Assistant Velinda Walton (back), City of Greenville Mayor Charlene Glover and Everlene Clay; and several of Dodhia's family members and friends.


Meriwether County and City of Greenville, GA officials joined family and friends of Greenville businessman Karim Dodhia, holding scissors, at the ribbon cutting Feb. 7 for his Kwik Wash Coin Laundry on S. Talbotton St.in Greenville next to the Piggly Wiggly shopping center.


At the Feb. 7 ribbon cutting for the Kwik Wash Coin Laundry in Greenville are, from left, Greenville Mayor Pro Tem Josephine Stargell, Meriwether County Commissioner Mary Bray, Everlene Clay and Greenville City Council Member Virginia Hill.


City of Greenville Mayor Charlene Glover tries out one of the commercial washers at the new Kwik Wash Coin Laundry Feb. 7 ribbon cutting festivities.


At Feb. 7 ribbon cutting ceremonies for the Kwik Wash Coin Laundry in Greenville are, from left, owner Karim Dodhia, Meriwether County Development Authority President Jane Fryer, Development Authority Administrative Assistant Velinda Walton, Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce President Carolyn McKinley, Greenville Mayor Charlene Glover and Richard Davis of Marietta-based Davis Commercial Laundry Solutions equipment supplier.

Checking out the new Kwik Wash Coin Laundry in Greenville at the Feb. 7 ribbon cutting festivities are, from left, Greenville Mayor Pro Tem Josephine Stargell, Greenville City Councl Member Virginia Hill, Meriwether County Commissioner Mary Bray, and Everlene Clay. The washers and dryers will accept debit and credit cards for payment.