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Eighty-seven washers and 76 dryers–the largest coin laundry operation in North Carolina. At least,that’s what T&T Investments Inc. principals Lloyd Trotter and Jim Tarlton are boasting for their planned 47,375-sf, mini retail/office project in Lincolnton.

The estimated $2.4 million venture is scheduled to break ground within 30 days. The two-building North Aspen Street project will house a 10,150-sf laundry room, two tanning beds, one tanning booth, video games and three television sets.

T&T also owns the Colonial Coin Laundry in Lincolnton and other similar operations in Newton, Hickory, Longview and Morganton. Lincolnton is about 30 miles north of Charlotte.

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