About McCormick Brothers

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Michael, Thomas and James McCormick

McCormick Brothers was founded in 1995 by Michael, James and Thomas McCormick. Having grown up in a large family, we learned early the value of hard work and the need to depend on each other to accomplish our goals. We brought that mentality with us when we started our business.

McCormick Brothers launched in April of 1995 with one minivan and Michael’s Ambler apartment as our office. Today, we operate out of a state-of-the-art facility in Bucks County with 35 highly trained employees, a fleet of professionally designed delivery vans, and cutting-edge cleaning technology.

We have worked hard to earn the reputation as the company who will go the extra mile for our customers. When one of our customers has a clothing emergency, we will do whatever we can to help them through it.

Our customer base includes many Delaware Valley business leaders, professional athletes, and members of the media. We have developed relationships with many of the area’s finest garment retailers and are the “preferred cleaner” for those stores.

McCormick Brothers has been chosen “Best Dry Cleaner” by numerous publications, including Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly”. We have been voted “Best Dry Cleaner” 26 times by our customers.

We are proud to sponsor local youth sports teams and to assist charities like The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Food For The Poor, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and others. We like to support organizations that focus on the needs of children.

We recently teamed up with Menzfit, an organization that helps low-income men find employment through their Career Development Program. Each man is given a free suit to help him in the job interview process. McCormick Brothers is proud to clean all donated suits at no charge to help each man get a fresh start. It is amazing what one freshly pressed suit can do to boost a man’s morale and help him believe in himself again.

 

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Our first family business venture….during the gas crisis of 1979…selling refreshments to the lines of cars waiting for gas in New Jersey