About HillFresh


Five students. One vision.

Founded by student entrepreneurs, HillFresh provides laundry services for the Hamilton College community (students and faculty).  Jeremy Young ’13, President, developed the HillFresh business plan with help from the Hamilton College Entrepreneur Club in the fall semester of 2010.  During the 2010-11 academic year, four Entrepreneur Club members, Geoff Ayers ’11, Faton Begolli ’13, Matt Nudell ’11, and Jack Dunn ’12, joined Jeremy to co-found Hamilton’s first ever student-run laundry service.  HillFresh donates a portion of its profits to the Entrepreneur Club to support future student entrepreneurs.  Launched in the fall semester of 2011, HillFresh has become a must-have service on the Hill. HillFresh also employs Hamilton students to run and maintain the operation. Our goal is to make the Hill a little fresher.

In the news:

Pressing Business, Entrepreneur Magazine, April 2013

"The biggest supporters of HillFresh Laundry are students who are juggling full class schedules, extracurricular activities and part-time jobs."

Hamilton College Student Entrepreneurs Launch HillFresh Laundry Services, College News, November 2011

"This creative and successful team has managed to collaborate their ideas and foster the growth of their own student-run company."

More than just soap and water: HillFresh, The Spectator, September 2011

"Luckily for Hamilton students, the Hill is adopting a new program that follows the example of other schools such as Colgate and Davidson: laundry services."

Giving back:

Entrepreneur Club Travels to NYC Hamilton Venture Network Event, College News, March 2012

"Student Assembly and HillFresh Holdings Inc provided financial support for the club’s travel expenses."


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HillFresh and the Entrepreneur Club will produce a community of entrepreneurship on the Hill—with lots of clean, fresh clothing.

Jon Piskor, E-Club President

Reliable and accommodating, HillFresh makes juggling my academic and extracurricular commitments much more manageable.

Anonymous '14