Alsco Uniforms Extends Pro Soccer Partnerships

05/10/2024

Utah soccer’s two most prominent properties – Major League Soccer’s Real Salt Lake and the National Women’s Soccer League’s Utah Royals FC – recently announced a continuation of their partnership with Alsco Uniforms, Salt Lake City. Alsco Uniforms provides linen, floor mats, first aid and restroom supplies to America First Field and Zions Bank Training Center, according to a news release.

TRSA Awards Recognize Value of Truck ‘Canvas’ Decoration

03/01/2024

Fifteen TRSA member operators have been honored with the association’s 2024 Fleet Graphics Award. The accolade acknowledges them for how their chosen images and text reflect their companies’ key attributes as linen, uniform and facility services providers. These qualities could include sustainability, hygiene, service timeliness, textile durability … whatever qualities of the organization the company seeks to portray.

Alsco Uniforms Donates $50,000 to Maui Strong Fund

12/08/2023

At Alsco Uniforms’ recent Managers Meeting in Maui, the company announced a donation of $50,000 to the Hawai’i Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund. This philanthropic initiative will provide vital financial resources for both immediate and long-term recovery efforts in the wake of the destructive Maui wildfires that occurred in August 2023.

Motoring Management – Fleet Execs Look Beyond Leasing

11/30/2023

With costs rising and lingering supply-chain headaches, fleet operators with linen, uniform and facility services companies across North America are taking a hard look at phasing out leasing in favor of company-owned fleet vehicles, according to recent interviews conducted by TRSA editorial staff.

‘Do the Right Thing’: Recycling ‘Down Under’

09/08/2023

Amid regulatory pressures in states such as Massachusetts to divert ragged-out textiles – particularly cotton-polyester garments – from landfills, Alsco Uniforms – Australia is partnering with an Aussie firm that’s pioneered a process that breaks out polyester for reuse in plastic products. What’s more, cellulose from the cotton serves as a component for a hydromulch that’s sprayed on areas cleared of plant life for building projects in order to grow new vegetation.

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