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UniFirst offers Wrangler workwear on rental
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Jan '14
Customers of UniFirst, a leading provider of managed uniform and workwear programs to businesses throughout the U.S. and Canada, now have a wider selection of apparel offerings to choose from as the result of a new partnership formed with Wrangler Workwear.

In addition to choosing from exclusive uniform product lines such as UniWeave Soft Comfort shirts,  SofTwill pants, and other popular work clothing brands, UniFirst customers now have the option of selecting Wrangler Workwear shirts, pants, shorts, and work jackets uniquely constructed from extra durable canvas-weave fabric.

The new Wrangler Workwear offerings also incorporate innovative features for superior comfort and mobility such as inseam and underarm gussets, backside pleats, and action elbows, which fit with UniFirst's commitment to providing work uniforms that boast maximum range of motion and comfort, even when bending, squatting, lifting, or climbing.

"Wrangler Workwear is built totally with a worker's comfort and mobility in mind so they can perform their best each and every day," says Chris Holcombe, VP, GM Wrangler Workwear.

Beyond being made for unimpeded performance, all UniFirst and Wrangler Workwear apparel is designed to project a more professional business image thanks to such premium design features as double-needle stitching, banded collars with permanent stays, and wider belt loops.

Adam Soreff, Director of Marketing for UniFirst, says the new Wrangler offering "nicely complements our UniFirst branded lines of apparel because both address the importance of providing active workers with workwear they can look forward to wearing...which ultimately translates into being more productive on the job."

About UniFirst

UniFirst, a North American leader in the supply and servicing of uniforms, workwear, and protective clothing, outfits more than 1.5 million workers each business day. The company's most popular brands include UniWeave, SofTwill, UniWear, and Armorex FR. UniFirst also offers Facility Service programs including floor mats, mops, and restroom products.

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