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Mission Linen ready to fly with Virgin America
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Apr '11
Mission Linen Supply, a leader in textile rental and buy direct programs, announced that it has been awarded a two-year contract from Virgin America.

Under the agreement, Mission Linen will be the provider of white linen napkins for the new California-based airline that is dedicated to “making flying good again.” Virgin America serves San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Cancun, Chicago (starting May 25, 2011), Dallas-Fort Worth, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Cabos, New York, Orlando, San Diego, Seattle, and Washington D.C. Mission Linen Supply plants in Chino, Sacramento and Dallas will provide the linen service for the California and Texas airports. The Santa Barbara linen and uniform company has partnered with other suppliers outside their five-state coverage to complete the service for Virgin America.

Since launching in August 2007, Virgin America has made news with brand new planes, attractive fares, topnotch service, and a host of fun, innovative amenities that are reinventing domestic air travel. Virgin America has distinguished itself with customers and won industry awards by offering in-flight internet, mood-lit cabins, custom-designed leather seats, power outlets, and a video touch-screen at every seatback, among other amenities.

“We are delighted to partner with a company such as Virgin America, well known for its innovation,” said Eric Stewart, Mission Linen Supply's national accounts specialist. “We believe that Mission Linen holds the same high standards when it comes to customer service, and we look forward to delivering the quality that Virgin America customers are accustomed to,” he added.

Andrew Stasium, Procurement Manager for Virgin America is excited about the agreement. “Mission Linen Supply developed a program to compliment and reinforce our brand, and they have made it easy for us to continue to provide extras to our customers to make flying more convenient, productive and relaxing,” said Stasium.

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