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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!
We have a busy few months ahead of us – why not come and join us at our up-and-coming events. We’ll be attending the British Parking Association meeting in Perth, Scotland on the 24th of October, and demonstrating our latest staff uniforms.
Three weeks later we shall be enjoying a two day event at Canary Wharf – the Road Safety GB exhibition on the 14th and 15th of November. We’ll be taking along some treats and a few surprises, as well as our great range of school crossing patrol uniforms.
We hope to see many of you there and look forward to meeting plenty of customers in the next few weeks!
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!