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In the baking sunshine last weekend, our Corporate Wear department’s Charlotte and Amanda, and Administrator Ginny ran Cancer Research’s Race for Life in Birmingham Cannon Park.
They successfully ran the 5K circuit in just over 30minutes! Between them an amazing £328 was raised for the charity.
Congratulations to all of them for taking part, they all did a great job!
Who would have thought we were all energetic at Keltic! Show your support for the ‘Keltic Stars’ this Sunday who are taking part in the Race for Life at Cannon Park in Birmingham.
See the girl’s page here – http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/keltic-stars and offer support with a sponsor.
When we are not looking after staff uniforms we are always keen to take part in charity events and raise money for such a good cause.
Keep posted to see how they all got on!
Congratulations to Rebecca who successfully completed the Race for Life walk in just over an hour. With online donation’s and sponsorship she raised amazingly over £400 for the charity.
She completed the race with her family and it looks as though they thoroughly enjoyed the event.
Keep posted for further charity events coming up in our corporate clothing departments.
On a recent trip to St. Andrews for an exhibition to show off our latest security clothing, Keltic’s very own Ian Lines scored a hole in one!
We were at St. Andrews University demonstrating our recent security clothes innovations, and Ian and David took the time out to practice their golf skills in the evening.
So after a hard day’s work, Ian was rewarded with a couple of beers and a hole in one – not a bad day’s work all round then!
Check back next week for further Keltic antics!
Rebecca Jenkins of our staff uniform department will be taking part in Race for Life this June raising funds for the great charity Cancer Research UK.
Wanting to give something back to the charity, Rebecca will be taking part in the event along with her family and little puppy Harley!
If you want to show your support and offer a sponsor, you can do so via this link http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/karens-girls, alternatively you can contact Rebecca for further information on 08450 66 66 99.
Keltic corporate clothing will be taking part in further charity events in the next coming months – watch this space for more news!
The 6 mile trek was based at the University of Wolverhampton Walsall campus on a very sunny afternoon. Helena raised an amazing £195.11 for the great cause and is already planning on her next charity event.
Watch this space for even more events coming up and opportunities to offer further sponsors and support.
Vicki Whitbrook braved the weather last Sunday to compete in her first ever road marathon and completed it in just under 4hours in the worst weather conditions possible! She completed the first half of the marathon in an hour and a half but the cold soon took its toll!
She mentions this as being a ‘tough guy marathon’ having to compete against hale, rain, flooding up to her knees in parts and ferocious winds! Even main athletes were half hour over target due to the awful conditions.
However hard it was, the run was definitely worth it, there is no way for preparing for those conditions it’s just mind over matter the whole way. The run was a huge achievement for Vicki and she raised an amazing £300 with the amount still rising!
We would all like to say congratulations for her success and we are very proud of her for battling on and completing the marathon in such a fantastic time. Well Done!!!
Spring has finally sprung and to welcome in this great season, Keltic is offering collection and delivery of samples on all of our corporate clothing garments completely FREE OF CHARGE.
Now is the time to be considering your staff uniforms for the coming summer months ahead so why not take advantage of our new offer available for a limited time only. We believe it’s essential to sample garments before committing to an order for a number of reasons, see our previous blog ‘Why try before you buy is a must’ for helpful advice!
Having been corporate clothing suppliers for over 10 years, we understand choosing a staff uniform can be a lengthy process and by providing samples this will help ease the pressure and ensure all staff are involved in the big decision.
For further information on our great offer, call us on 08450 66 66 99 – We look forward to hearing from you!
Following on from our Olympics recycled uniform blog earlier this month, another great staff uniform story has caught our attention.
At Keltic, we are keen to move forward with recycling and help make our environment a much cleaner and friendly place to be, so we note with interest that the UK’s largest fast food chain McDonalds will from 2012 be introducing 100% recycled uniforms in time for the London Olympics .
The story reported by the Guardian claims the restaurant “has been hitting back with a series of green and social initiatives” and has created “a uniform design model for the future which others can follow.”
We can all learn from this example and begin to think of the environmental impact of staff clothing, rather than it being just a uniform.
For further corporate clothing developments, keep posted!
I know that’s a Star Trek, rather than Star Wars reference, but they all blend into one to me to be honest!
We couldn’t help commenting on the recent news story that George Lucas, creator of Star Wars, is in a longstanding court battle with prop designer Andrew Ainsworth over who owns the rights to the Stormtrooper uniforms used in the 1970s classic Star Wars films.
The stormtrooper uniform is one of the most iconic examples of corporate clothing in modern history. And we can see why the two parties were arguing – Ainsworth sold a single stormtrooper helmet for $97,000 back in 2004. There’s been another Star Wars film since then so today’s cost is likely to be even higher.
The corporate clothing uk market will be rocked by the decision that the case was thrown out of a British court, after it ruled that the Stormtrooper uniforms were “industrial props with utilitarian purpose” rather than “works of art”. Bad luck to Andy Ainsworth, that decision’s got to hurt.
Those of you who regularly follow this blog will remember our entry about the Parkex show in March, where our stand was visited by promotional staff dressed in Stormtrooper corporate clothing uniforms – we hope they cleared it with George Lucas!