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Does Your Company Have a Winter Floorcare Plan?

At the time of this writing, winter is coming. It’s only weeks away in some places. When it arrives, there’s going to be snow and ice to contend with. That means wet, slippery floors that your employees and visitors alike will have to deal with. Our question is this: Does your company have a winter floorcare plan? If not, now is the time to put ...

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Alsco Knoxville Donates to the Scarecrow Foundation

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Oct. 2, 2019 — The Alsco Knoxville branch of Alsco, Inc., the premier linen and uniform services company, recently donated to the Scarecrow Foundation. The Scarecrow Foundation started in 2010 with the mission of helping to end hunger in Knoxville as well as in the United States. “The vast majority of nonprofits support ...

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Alsco St. Louis Donates to the Krieg Gianino Family Foundation

ST. LOUIS — Sept. 25, 2019 — Alsco St. Louis, a branch of Alsco Inc., the premier linen and uniform rental services company, recently donated to the Krieg Gianino Family Foundation. The Krieg Gianino Family Foundation was created to raise awareness of and develop an ongoing source of funding for the SSM Health Cardinal Glennon ...

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Do Work Uniforms Have to Be Business Casual?

We do our best at Alsco to keep up with uniform trends. After all, it is our business. So it was with great interest that we read a recent Quartz article discussing the growing trend of business casual in the workplace. The article made mention of a recent survey showing that half of all U.S. companies now at least allow business casual. That is ...

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Clean Restrooms Mean More Money for Restaurants

There’s an old saying in the restaurant industry that diners can tell a lot about a restaurant by the cleanliness of its restrooms. As a restaurant owner or manager, do you believe this is true? If not, we would like to turn your attention to a recent survey that suggests diners allow their perceptions of public restrooms to influence their patro ...

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