Washco Laundry Associations
Washco Laundry is proud to belong to a number of great industry associations. Read on to learn more about these organizations.
Multi-Housing Laundry Association
Founded in 1959, the Multi-housing Laundry Association (MLA) is the North American trade association of operator and supplier companies providing professional laundry services for the multi-housing industry. MLA is the only national organization of its kind, and functions as a clearinghouse for new ideas within the industry. Click here to learn more!
Southwest Florida Apartment Association
SWFAA has the resources and tools you need to grow as a professional, excel in your career, and improve your community. SWFAA provides nationally recognized educational programs providing you with the credentials most companies will soon require. Need to brush up your skills or update your knowledge? SWFAA offers a wide array of workshops and seminars to keep you abreast of important advancements in leasing, fair housing, marketing, maintenance, technology, and more. Click here to learn more!
Bay Area Apartment Association
The Bay Area Apartment Association (BAAA) currently represents 100,000 + units in the Tampa Bay Area. We are a non-profit trade association serving the interests of the rental housing industry. Visit their website to learn more about the BAAA!
First Coast Apartment Association
The FCAA is the fourth largest apartment association in Florida and continues to grow in both members and services. Its mission is, as it has always been, to promote, inform, and serve the apartment industry through education, legislation, and professional networking. Learn more about the FCAA on their website!
Florida Apartment Association
The Florida Apartment Association is a federation of associations representing and advocating the interests of the Florida multifamily rental housing industry. Click here to learn more about the FAA!
National Apartment Association
NAA is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Committees/Task Forces and other groups are established to assist in this governance. Committees represent, involve and serve members, while providing a framework for educating future leaders of the association. They promote member participation in problem solving and provide a forum for the many interests within the association, utilizing the experience, knowledge and skills of our members. Click here to learn more about the NAA!
Coin Laundry Association
The Coin Laundry Association serves laundry owners, prospective laundry owners, equipment distributors and manufacturers. They are a national not-for-profit trade organization with sixteen local affiliate groups located across the United States. Learn more now!