Aprons, Etc. Cuts the Chords on Aprons
Mauldin, South Carolina-based Aprons, Etc. announced the availability of NO-TIE Aprons. Compared to traditional promotional aprons, the redesigned NO-TIE Apron features a patented concept that improves both fit and function.
Aprons, Etc. president, Jeff Hoffman said, "With distributors in mind, we reinvented the way aprons work and wear. This new concept expands the number of markets where a promotional apron is salable."
Hoffman continued, “While other manufacturers have sought to offer the same old products at off-shore prices, Aprons, Etc. continues to introduce innovative products at a solid price that are completely American-made.”
NO-TIE Aprons from Aprons, Etc. use Velcro on the neck strap and waistband. This makes the apron easily adjustable to a variety of heights and body styles. Additionally, the use of Velcro prevents the hanging ties that are common on traditional aprons. According to Scott Thackston, executive vice president of Aprons, Etc., “Traditional ties prevent aprons from being worn where the ties might get caught in machinery or dragged through food or other prepared products. The NO-TIE design completely eliminates the risks associated with old fashioned aprons.”
For more information on Aprons, Etc., visit www.apronsetc.com.