“If you have items to clean, I’ll make it happen,” says Pamela Lewis-Frazier, owner of All in One Management & Services. The business started in 2002 as a pressure-washing company with two box trucks carrying equipment to clean cars, boats, trailers, houses and even bridges and signs. In September 2019, Lewis-Frazier opened her first brick-and-mortar location. The former Fast Track Laundry at Eighth Street and South Grand Avenue allows the company to also clean rugs, towels, curtains, patio cushions and more, in addition to still operating as a laundromat. “You name it; we clean it,” Lewis-Frazier promises.
When the COVID-19 restrictions began, Lewis-Frazier adapted. The pressure-washing business took a hit initially, but she said there is now a list of clients waiting for cleaning. The laundry business was another challenge, since the numbers of customers in the facility had to be reduced to 10 or less.
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Lewis-Frazier wanted to keep her employees working and help people who needed clean clothes, so she decided to launch a new curbside service to wash laundry for $1 per load. People bring their laundry to the curbside to be weighed to determine the number of loads and return later to pick up their washed, dried and folded items.
Lewis-Frazier says, “Our laundry center is the only place some people have to get clean clothes. We were an essential business, so we had to think of a way to provide. This has been successful. By the end of June, we will have cleaned 100,000 loads of laundry, and I intend to maintain this service even after the stay-at-home order is lifted.”
Lewis-Frazier grew up in Springfield, graduating from Southeast High School in 1988. “I still wear my blue and gold proudly,” she says, and is happy her son is now attending Southeast. She learned early in life that working hard was expected, and her role models were her mother, father and grandfather, who she credits for “making me see you get up and go to work every day.”
After graduating from Southeast, she wanted to go into paralegal work and made up her mind to work at IBM, although she now says with a laugh, “That isn’t what happened.” Lewis-Frazier attended Robert Morris College, but the paralegal program had not yet started. Instead, she earned her degree in administrative secretarial science and ended up working at an environmental protection agency.