Sadie’s Heart Warming Story
My name is Sadie Pulsipher. I am no one out of the ordinary. I am a wife and a mother of six amazing children. My dreams and goals are like everyone else’s. I work hard every day. I juggle the life of motherhood and wifehood, and in 2012 I joined the forces of women in business.
I have always supported my husband in his adventures, but in 2012 I had a clear impression to buy my own business. I bought Raindance Cleaners & Carwash with a long-term plan. After a much-needed makeover and with the support of my family, our one-acre property became the home of two automatic carwashes, five self-serve carwashes, one full-service Laundromat, and a dry cleaner. I knew nothing about the industry at first, but I quickly learned.
Raindance Dry Cleaners expanded to St. George in April of 2014. Every week I pick up the dry cleaning of business professionals at their place of business. This has been a very exciting venture for us. What I enjoy most about this business is the number of people I get to meet on a regular basis. Customer service is our first priority and we love feedback. We aren’t afraid to make the customer happy.
My number one goal has always been to have a job for my son with Down syndrome. Currently he works with his 16-year-old sister and offers free air fresheners to our car wash customers. It’s a beautiful sight when you see your family pull together and work together. I have been blessed with a husband who works hard to provide for our family, and he and my children are what motivate me to forge ahead every day.
Kyle always says, “If it’s not fun, we’re not doing it.”