THE LAUNDRY EVANGELIST

Someone actually loves doing laundry? I've heard of this before. Actually, I've learned to appreciate my time in the laundry is a time to relax and meditate as I fold clothes.
Patric Richardson loves laundry, probably more than any of us. He has built a career around it.

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MONA WILLIAMS DESIGNER AND VINTAGE CLOTHING AT MALL OF AMERICA

St. Paul's Patric Richardson, calls himself a "Laundry Evangelist." Patric owns the Mona Williams designer and vintage clothing store at the Mall of America, and is releasing his debut novel called "Laundry Love" at the end of this month.

Not only is he having success in his business, and releasing a book, Patric will soon have his own television series on Discovery+ HGTV.

The show, called "The Laundry Guy," will be available for streaming starting Mar. 31st. The show will feature Patric meeting with Clients and listening to their meaningful stories behind irreplaceable pieces of clothing, such as wedding dresses, baby blankets, stuffed animals, vintage coats and more. He then carefully restores these pieces for the people appearing on the show.

LOOK FOR THE SHOW BEGINNING MARCH 31ST

The first episode will also broadcast on HGTV at 9 p.m. CT on Mar. 31.

According to BringMeTheNews.Com, he regularly holds "laundry camps," to teach his approach to cleaning and caring for clothing and accessories.

Patric is a Kentucky Native and has this to say about clothing:

"Clean clothes are a privilege. While the methods have changed, some things never will. We wear our lives stories-from first dates to wedding days to bundles of baby joy. When it comes to stains and the stories behind them, everything comes out in the wash."

 

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