All Star Cleaning in the Greeley Tribune

All Star Cleaning Services was highlighted in the Greeley Tribune. The article focuses on owner Laura Smith’s rise from rags to riches as it tells the story of how she started and grew her business to the company that it is today—fourteen years later All Star Cleaning Services employs over 50 people and cleans more than 650 homes in northern Colorado.

Being her own boss, Smith never thought anyone could fire her. Turns out the governor can when a pandemic hits. It shut down All Stars for five weeks. When they finally reopened, all of her employees took a three hour Covid-19 safety class to prepare to be back on the job. In the homes they clean they wear booties, masks and gloves, and are screened each day for Covid-19 symptoms.

Because of Smith’s rough past, she values giving back to the community and therefore her company donates to many nonprofit organizations like; The Larimer Humane Society, Pathways hospice and Voice Carry Child Advocacy Center. They giveaway free cleanings and also participate in Cleaning for a Reason which helps those going through cancer treatments by offering free cleanings. This organization is particularly dear to Smith because you own daughter is currently fight leukemia.

Her employees and clients alike appreciate Smith’s can do attitude and giving spirit. You can read the full article here.