Brothers Emilio, Jack, and Edward Germano
Tiffany Couture Cleaners opened in the Commercial Center in 1970.
The Germano brothers, Jack, Emilio, and Edward learned
the dry cleaning trade as young men growing up on
the East Coast, where the trio owned a small chain of
stores in eastern Pennsylvania called G&G Dry Cleaners.
In 1970, Edward Germano traveled to Las Vegas on
a Kiwanis trip, and he fell in love with the city, convincing
his wife, Dolores, to make the move west. The couple
bought a struggling dry cleaning company called
“Tiffany Cleaners” in the Commercial Center. Edward
and Dolores worked at the store during the day, and at
night Edward worked as a dealer in the Downtown casinos
to make ends meet. Eventually, the two grew the business, and Edward talked his two brothers into selling G&G Dry Cleaners to joining him in Las Vegas. The three brothers ran Tiffany Cleaners together for many years.
In 2005, Judy and Dan Del Rossi, Edward’s daughter and son-in-law entered the business. Since they assumed leadership, Tiffany Couture Cleaners has grown their reputation for excellence. Recently, a third generation of family entered the business when Dan and Judy’s daughter, Gia, joined the team as Sales and Marketing Manager.