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This week has been an exciting week for Keltic as we have been watching Dennis Tanner in our very own School Crossing Patrol Uniform. The storyline began with Dennis sneaking off to his new secret job to pay back Rita all the money he had been spending. It turned out that his new job was as a School Crossing Patrol Officer.
He was trained up by Malcolm who happens to be 87-year old Last of the Summer Wine actor Robert Fyfe. Dennis wasn’t able to keep his job secret for long when he was spotted by Steve McDonald. This started a massive rift between the pair which has seen Dennis stopping Steve unnecessarily and Steve banning Dennis from using his taxis.
However it seemed to be to be the last straw for Steve when Rita decided to play him at his own game refused to serve him in her shop.
Last night we saw Dennis lose his job after Steve lied to the school headmaster about Dennis shouting at the children. We have already seen Malcolm sticking up for his trainee and I am guessing he has something up his sleeve to help Dennis get revenge.
Will Steve withdraw his allegations? Keep watching out for our updates
I started speaking to Lance – head of costume design at Corrie a few months back about him using our school crossing patrol uniform. He decided in the end to use our yellow winter jacket, mountain hat and our high vision gloves.
We have all been watching the soap at Keltic and we hope you have enjoyed this storyline as much as we have.
Coronation Streets Dennis Tanner is still getting into mischief in Keltic’s School Crossing Patrol uniform.
This week we have seen Dennis Tanner and Steve McDonald’s rift get bigger. It started with Dennis stopping Steve unnecessarily with his new-found power as a school crossing patroller. This led to Steve banning Dennis from using his taxis.
Now Rita is involved and is refusing to serve Steve in her shop. Where will this end?
Who would have thought a school crossing patrol uniform could cause so many problems!
Keep a look out for more updates this week!
We couldn’t contain our excitement today with the arrival of Santa’s sack full of goodies!
Commonly known as ‘Secret Santa’ the secret didn’t last for long but we all had a good array of gifts consisting of plenty of sweets and chocolates and big furry socks!
Thank you Santa! If you have any secret Santas taking place in your office this Christmas, why not send in your pictures, we’d love to see them!
Instead of sending Christmas cards this year, we will be making a charity donation to Parasol Charity, a charity that helps wounded soldiers and their families.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our lovely customers a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year!
2013 is set to be a big one for Keltic corporate clothing, we look forward to another exciting whirlwind year.
Did you see Keltic’s School Crossing Patrol uniform on Coronation Street last week? It was modelled beautifully by Dennis Tanner in his new “secret” job as a School Crossing Patrol person.
Last week we saw how Dennis had to find a job to pay back Rita. He takes on the role of a School Crossing Patrol person but it seems to have caused him a few problems with a certain Steve McDonald.
After discussing the options with Lance – Head costume designer for the soap. He decided on using our Yellow winter jacket, mountain hat and formal peaked hat and a pair of our high vision gloves.
Keep watching this week as the story line unfolds.
Blurry eyed but still standing, we all managed to survive our wild Vegas night which lasted into the early hours of the morning and as promised we have a treat of lovely photos.
We all had a fantastic time and would like to thank John and David for the lovely gesture. It was certainly one to remember particularly a certain Mr. Lines on the dance floor throwing some shapes.
What’s next? Secret Santa watch this space!
With only two working weeks to go we are all in high spirits for the coming festive holidays. Not only that we have our Christmas staff party to look forward to tonight, a festive Vegas theme awaits us, there is certainly a buzz in the office.
Enjoying Christmas cupcakes and racing to get all our corporate clothing deliveries out ready for the New Year, we are all in good cheer for the big night.
Watch this space for the after party photos, I’m not promising they will be pretty! If any of you are planning your Christmas parties send in your photos, funniest one wins a mystery prize!
Well done to Vicki who competed in the 20 mile fell run over the beautiful countryside of Edale in the Peak District.
Unfortunately due to the mislaying her favourite running trainers the morning of her race, she had to pay for the sore feet afterwards! However she kept smiling and achieved a great time to be proud of.
Keep posted for next challenges ahead!
There was a long list of very satisfied customers and brand new faces that attended our stand yesterday at the British Parking Association.
Just some of the great feedback received came from the likes of Perth and Kinross Council who ‘Love the white Patrol Shirts’, Dundee Council who will be trialling our innovative ParkVest next month and Fife Council who in April 2013 will be putting our Patrol Range to the test as they ‘meet their requirements inside out!’
Our staff uniforms always bring plenty of attention to our stand, along with the infamous business card competition which was won by the President of Parking Anjna Patel. In good faith she kindly auctioned the bottle of champagne off for her charity Parasol for injured soldiers.
And as for Mr Lines, he enjoyed a good game of curling and even met an Olympic Curling Team member!
Once again thank you for all the support and attendees to our stand yesterday, we very much enjoyed speaking to everyone.
What a day we have had on our stand today! Its been non-stop with a flood of friendly new faces and customers alike who can’t get enough of our innovative parking uniforms.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by today it has been lovely to meet and have a chat about your uniform requirements.
Stay tuned for further news tomorrow on who won our business card competition prize and a peek of our very own Ian Lines testing his hand at the sport of curling!