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Uniform Companies That Understand Your Brand and Business

Posted by Tara Zanzig on Tue, Apr, 02, 2013 @ 13:04 PM

The following is an excerpt from Sharprint's popular guide "Creating a Remarkable Uniform Program: What to Expect from a Uniform Provider". For more expert tips on creating a remarkable uniform program for your business, be sure to check out the full guide.

For businesses operating a customer-facing workforce, an employee’s uniform is often the first and most frequent interaction a customer can have with a brand. Since a brand’s identity is the anchor for customer perception about a company, a positive experience associated with a product or service and a brand will lead to satisfied customers and repeat business.

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7 Tips When Ordering Custom Uniforms for Your Sports Team

Posted by Sharprint Associated Press on Tue, Aug, 14, 2012 @ 08:08 AM

When you're ordering uniforms for your sports team it can be a fun process, but there are several things to consider. Uniforms are the way your team is being represented to the public, so it's important that the uniforms reflect the spirit of the team as well as your own needs such as color, fit and material. Keep these things in mind when you're ordering custom uniforms for your sports team to ensure you get exactly what you want.

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How to Choose Custom Uniforms for Your Employees

Posted by Sharprint Associated Press on Tue, May, 29, 2012 @ 09:05 AM

Selecting custom uniforms for your employees is a great way to promote your business. However, you may not be sure about what choices to make when you're ordering custom uniforms. Here are a few tips when you're deciding how you want your company represented through the uniforms your employees will wear.

1. What Type of Fabric Will You Need to Use?

Depending on how much physical activity your employees will be doing, consider whether you want to go with cotton custom uniforms, polyester or nylon. Also think about what the temperature is like for your employees. Are they outside? If they are and the weather gets warm, cotton may be a more suitable fabric. Polyester or nylon may look dressier, but it can be heavier and may be better for indoor, air-conditioned environments. Also, consider your employees and their busy schedules; make sure the custom uniforms are easy to wash.

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