Bayaud Enterprises, a company focused on "reducing hurdles for individuals to engage in the workforce and  attain self-reliance," has launched a new shower truck in Denver to serve those in need by offering showers to get a fresh start.

“Having those types of dignity related services is important,” said Sharon Richey, who was formerly homeless and now is the administrative development lead for Denver Day Works, a division of Bayaud Enterprises.

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The new mobile shower truck comes equipped with two wheelchair accessible shower stalls with sinks and mirrors.

“Having a clean body gives you such a renewal," she said. "Being able to know that you got the grime out from under nails for a day. That you can present yourself for a job opportunity.”

The new mobile shower truck comes equipped with two wheelchair-accessible shower stalls with sinks and mirrors. The truck provides donated soap, shampoo and towels.  

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