What began in 1930 as a family business in Santa Barbara, California has matured into a leader in the laundry business, servicing the daily needs of the largest resort destination in the world. Little did “Ben” Page know when he opened the first linen plant in Las Vegas in 1960, that the small rural community would grow into a boomtown of gaming, entertainment, glamour and excitement. By the 1980’s, Mission was thriving and was the only company capable of keeping up with the rapid growth of the hospitality business. By this time, Ben Pages’ son Jim took over the reins of Mission Industries as Las Vegas realized tremendous growth. Jim’s ingenuity and business skills fueled Mission's expansion into the new millennium with the latest in commercial laundry technologies, automated plants, and a fleet of service vehicles proudly bearing the Mission Industries’ logo.
Mission Industries services Las Vegas as the primary supplier of hospitality and restaurant textiles. Jim Page, Chairman, building on his fathers’ legacy has transformed Mission Industries into what it is today.
Our corporate headquarters houses one of the largest laundry facilities in the world with over 300,000 sq. ft. of operations and 1,100 employees.
Grover Ferguson named CEO and President of Mission Industries