Scott Patterson – USMC Veteran Revolutionizing the World of Laundry

Scott Patterson Tumble Owner

Scott Patterson – USMC Veteran Revolutionizing the World of Laundry

Scott Patterson grew up in Northern California and always dreamed of being a fighter pilot. Being six foot five, that wasn’t quite in the cards. Instead he decided to join the infantry in the United States Marine Corps. Scott served for eleven years.  Upon getting out, a job fell through and he found himself on his friend’s couch for several months.  This sequence of events led him to realize that community laundry needed help, thus launching his journey as an entrepreneur.


Tumble laundry logoIronically Scott never wanted to be an entrepreneur. He had watched many friends and family members try and fail and didn’t want to go down that path. But he knew he had a problem that needed a solution. Community laundry needed to be done better and Tumble was born. Scott and his team are solving a multi-trillion dollar problem surrounding how laundry is done.


Finally laundry is brought into the 21st century.  “Tumble machines leverage innovative technology like IoT, digital interfaces, machine learning, and other patent-pending solutions to provide customers with an unmatched user experience.” Check out below if you want Tumble in your town.

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Bob Louthan is a VMI Graduate, Army veteran, and executive with over 25 years of experience in mergers, acquisitions and private capital formation. He founded the VeteranCrowd Network to bring veterans and veteran-led businesses together with each other and the resources they need to prosper.