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You want your SCP’s to be comfortable whilst working, right? Well after selling hundreds of pairs of our school crossing patrol gloves to councils all over the country, we’re getting some amazing feedback from those who wear them. Fluorescent? Check. Breathable? Check. Warm? Check. Have you got yours yet? If not, now’s a good time, because these fantastic gloves are now in stock for next day delivery!
Vicki Whitbrook of our uniform wear department took part in another great challenge recently at the Crossfit Spectrum.
Named the ‘Valentines Throwndown’ Vicki and her team of 2 girls went head to head vs 3 boys in 5 workouts across the whole day, from Olympic power lifting (how heavy can you get a weight from the ground to over your head), cardio based workouts with burpees, box jumps, kettle bell swings, squats, rowing and skipping.
Now in the month of February there is certainly a spring in our step for the coming months ahead. January flew by in a blur of new ideas and developments which are set to jump into action and come to life this spring.
Not wanting to give too much away, keep your eyes peeled over the coming months for further updates and previews of what’s to come.
Some of which include a dazzling new dress on our Corporate Wear Department, new stripes for our funeral directors and a brand new innovation on our Uniform Department all to do with getting the most from your uniforms!
2013 is certainly set to be a show stopper year!
Take a look at the video featuring our new led armband. This product features a strip led light rather than individual led lights for added safety. There is a quick flash or an option to have the light continuously on, battery operated simply by one button.
The armband can be adjusted by a velcro fastening to fit the majority. The armband is very popular with road safety professionals for rewards, incentives, promotions and campaigns.
For more information, please call Serena Groom on 08450 66 66 99 or email email@example.com
Watch this space for more exciting new products!
Thank you to Fernbank Surgery, a current valued customer of ours for sending us across a great photograph of their reception team in their brand new corporate wear.
Smartly dressed in a charcoal and pink combination of the Sophisticated Collection, KK360 Oxford Shirt and Thelma scarf, they make a smart reception team to be proud of.
They kindly commented “we are really pleased with the uniforms; the scarf really helps to pull it all together for a complete professional look. Thanks so much to you and your team for all the help along the way, it was much appreciated”.
If anyone else would like to email across a photograph of their brand new corporate wear then get in touch!
Well it certainly looks as though the snow and ice is here to stay for a while longer. With more forecast this Friday, it is definitely a smart idea to think of safety and what better than snow grips.
Ideal for the extreme weather, we would highly recommend the YakTrax Pro snow grip. Specifically designed to be ultra durable for the work wear market, the Yaktrax Pro revolutionises the ice grips market.
Rather than spikes which quickly wear down or come off and are ineffective on ice, the Yaktrax Pro uses patented coil technology providing stability in all directions: forward, backward and side-to-side.
For more information call 08450 66 66 99 or to order your free sample today!
Wow, what an eventful few days! Friday was certainly an eye opener to everyone commuting to work and well done to all of us who managed to make the journey in! Whether it was a slow crawl in our cars or a trek in our trusty snow grips, the weather certainly didn’t hinder our spirits!