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Buffalo, New York (WIVB) Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn She knew in December 2019 that it was time for a change in her banking career.
“I was fired for the third time – I was tired,” recalls Bulkul. I didn’t want to go back to the banking industry – I wanted to work for myself.
So she started Laundry services for the last time From her Buffalo House: Mobile washing and folding laundry service. Last call provides pick-up and drop-off service.
“Some people don’t have a car to take their laundry to Laundrom, so I come and pick it up from your home or business and bring it in immediately,” she said.
The name comes from Bulus’ first name and the names of the three children he helps in the business: Anthony, Summer and Tion. Her mother is also helping.
“We work together as a team – they love it and I love it, we have to work together and we have a stronger bond,” Bulkul said.
Despite the outbreak, the business was very good and the family could carry an estimated 20 loads a day.
“I was afraid it was just the beginning,” Bulkul said, “but I think things have probably changed because of the epidemic.” I’ve even talked about the national grid business, I’ve completed the business and I’m always on the go.
There is a lot of family business that you can pass on to your child to become a four-to-four child soon.
“My parents always taught me to work and work 9 to 5, but I really didn’t want to do that, I just wanted to go into business,” he said. It is wonderful to know that my children are working with me and that no matter what happens to me, they will be fine and know what to do.
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