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North Carolina cleaning company expands in Myrtle Beach

Clean Streak Inc. is expanding to Myrtle Beach. (Source: Clean Streak Inc.) Clean Streak Inc. is expanding to Myrtle Beach. (Source: Clean Streak Inc.)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - North Carolina green cleaning company, Clean Streak Inc. is expanding to Myrtle Beach.

After 15 years in Mills River, NC, the Green Certified cleaning company, specializing in medical, industrial and commercial cleaning, as well as post-construction clean-up is expanding to the coast. “We knew we wanted to grow,” says Vice President Susan Adell. “We were looking in Florida when the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce encouraged us to move there,” she said.

Owners Horace and Susan Adell will shuttle back and forth to run both locations. The Adells bought a house in Myrtle Beach and have joined the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce. "To start, we plan to service the south side of the city, centered around Surfside Beach,” says Susan Adell.

The company has 35 employees and are looking to hire 10 to 12 new team members in the Myrtle Beach area. They are seeking English or Spanish speaking workers with experience in floor cleaning or janitorial services.

The company will hold a job fair at the Surfside Holiday Inn on February 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information on Clean Streak Inc. and its coastal expansion, visit http://www.cleanstreakinc.net/

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