Cintas Awarded For Quality Of Uniforms
Design Collective by Cintas took home seven Image of the Year Awards – including the year’s top prize – at the recent awards ceremony held in conjunction with the North American Association of Uniform Manufacturers and Distributors (NAUMD) annual convention in San Diego. The Design Collective fashion house is a business unit of Cintas Corporation.
Design Collective’s exclusive apparel program for Resorts World Las Vegas took the night’s top prize – Best of the Best – and also won for the best program in the Gaming category.
Other Design Collective apparel programs that were recognized at the awards ceremony included:
• Retail & Professional category: ADT Commercial
• Entertainment Venue category: FC Cincinnati for TQL Stadium
• Restaurant, Single Location category: Fairmont Royal York Library Bar
• Hotels, Multiple Locations category: Margaritaville Hotels and Resorts
• Transportation People category: Virgin Voyages
NAUMD’s Image of the Year Awards recognize the best workplace apparel programs across several industries. Design Collective and its clients have won Image of the Year Awards for more than 20 consecutive years.
“Working closely with our clients to develop retail-inspired yet functional apparel programs that help their staffs stand out, feel good and perform their jobs easily is the core of our work. It’s an honor to be recognized for the hard work, creativity and technology that goes into concepting and designing these winning programs – especially for so many clients this year,” says Todd McKeown, President and COO of Design Collective by Cintas. “It’s even more gratifying to have so many of our clients recognized after the challenges they faced the last 19 months during the pandemic. We’re humbled by their faith and confidence in us as we partner in their efforts to return to a more normal business environment.”
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