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G&K expands men’s & women’s high performance polo line

June 30, 2014 (United States Of America)

G&K Services, Inc., a leading provider of uniforms and facility services programs, is expanding its line of high-performance polo shirts, adding new colors for men as well as introducing a companion offering for women.
 
G&K’s expanded line of high-performance polos provides more options for businesses to outfit their employees in a relaxed, yet professional look, while gaining the benefits of a fully managed uniform rental program.
 
“Our customers enjoy the style, comfort and versatility of our high-performance polos,” said Dave Euson, G&K’s Vice President of Marketing and Sales. “We’re excited to offer a broader selection of these shirts for our uniform rental customers, including a style designed specifically for women.”
 
G&K’s high-performance uniform polos move and stretch with their wearer, making them ideal for employees in active roles. Their innovative fabric defies snags, resists wrinkles and fights odors so employees remain cool and professional looking all day long. These men’s and women’s high-performance polos, along with a wide selection of complementary pants, jackets and accessories, are available now for rent to customers in the United States. 
 
About G&K Services, Inc.
G&K Services, Inc. is a service-focused market leader of branded uniform and facility services programs in the United States, and is the largest such provider in Canada. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, G&K Services has nearly 7,800 employees serving approximately 170,000 customers from 160 facilities in North America. 

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