Jodie Dolan

The Laundry Truck LA and DOLAN clothing company

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Founder of The Laundry Truck LA and DOLAN clothing company.

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Jodie Dolan's laundry truck has five washers and dryers that handle 30-40 loads in a five-hour shift.

Laundry Truck LA helps homeless people stay clean, DOLAN clothing company sews free masks amid coronavirus

Jodie Dolan's laundry truck has five washers and dryers that handle 30-40 loads in a five-hour shift.

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