Issaquah, Washington-based SanMar, a leading supplier of imprintable apparel and accessories, debuts a brand-new catalog, 2010 High-Visibility Safety Workwear, targeted to a quickly emerging market in the promotional products industry.
WHEN IT COMES to office attire, individual style is something to be celebrated. Depending on the employer, stiletto pumps, ruffled blouses and form-fitting pencil skirts are acceptable corporate wear. However, there is something special—dare to say, desirable—about those businesses that maintain a traditional, uniformed dress code in a modern corporate culture that encourages individuality. Employees in these kinds of businesses tend to carry a certain decorum and professionalism about them—if not innate, perhaps deriving from their uniforms and what they represent. Think travel, hospitality, fine dining and automobile sales. It’s as if a uniform has the power to transform the most unlikely employees into
Hartwell Industries, Hartwell, Ga., now offers workwear and careerwear from VF Imagewear, as well as activewear from Russell Artwear. “We are thrilled to expand the assortment of industry leading brands we offer our customers,” said Rick Cesere, CEP. “Partnering with these two highly respected companies gives Hartwell’s customers access to the best brands in the business.” Hartwell’s brand portfolio, which includes Hartwell, Liz Claiborne, Claiborne, Auburn Sport and A-Game Athletic, will now include Lee, Red Kap, Bulwark and Chef Designs from VF Imagewear, in addition to Jerzees from Russell Artwear. “Hartwell’s ingenuity and flexibility make them a strong partner,” said Brett Barthel, vice president/general