Office of Consumer Protection Helps to Recover and Distribute Clothing Left at Evicted Drycleaners

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For Immediate Release: Thursday, November 10, 2016 Consumers who dropped off clothing at Sunny Cleaners, 12335 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, may be able to reclaim their items even though the store has closed and the owners have been evicted from the site. Montgomery County’s Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) has made arrangements with the landlord to allow consumers to pick-up their clothing. The landlord, Glenmont Commercial, LP, will open the cleaners only from December 5 thru December 10, 2016, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The landlord requires exact payment and only in cash. Credit cards and checks will not be accepted. You must have your ticket to claim your dry cleaning. Updated information will be provided on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OCP.ConsumerWise and Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConsumerWise OCP and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office established an award winning “Business Eviction Response Team (BERT)” to help protect consumers from losing their possessions from certain stores when a court orders an eviction. “Our dedicated staff go the extra mile in an effort to help consumers,” said OCP Director Eric Friedman. “We greatly appreciate the cooperation of the landlord, Glenmont Commercial, L.P., in helping us find creative solutions to fulfill our mission of ensuring integrity in our marketplace.” For more information and advice, call 240-777-3636 or visit OCP’s website at www.montgomerycountymd.gov/ocp # # # Release ID: 16-439 Media Contact: Lorraine Driscoll 240-777-6507

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