TRSA’s New Customer-Facing Website: Taking the Industry to the Public!


TRSA recently launched a customer/consumer-facing website to promote the hygiene and environmental advantages and supply-chain sustainability, as well as other benefits of linen, uniform and facility services. Users can view the website at It includes a searchable directory of TRSA members so local businesses can find one near them.

UniFirst Inks Deal with NFL Team


UniFirst Corp., Wilmington, MA, recently signed a sponsorship agreement with the Detroit Lions, naming them the Official Uniform Supplier of the Detroit Lions, according to a news release.

Schneider to Succeed Farmer as Cintas CEO


Cintas Corp., Mason, OH, today announced that Scott Farmer, Cintas’ chairman & CEO, will retire as CEO on May 31. Farmer will remain with the company as its executive chairman, a role he has held since 2016. The company also announced that it selected Todd Schneider as CEO & president and a member of the company’s board of directors, effective June 1.

Cintas Supports the Fight Against Diabetes


In honor of National Diabetes Month this November, Cintas Corp., Mason, OH, continues to support the American Diabetes Association (ADA) in its fight to cure and prevent diabetes, according to a news release.

Baird Data Shows Industry Still in COVID-19 Shock


Andrew Wittmann and Justin Hauke, financial analysts for Robert W. Baird & Co. who specialize in linen, uniform and facility services companies’ performance, recently discussed the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the industry, while analyzing employment data and market trends.

Cintas’ Grand Rapids Location Gets MIOSHA Award for Safe Operations


Cintas Corp.’s Grand Rapids, MI, location recently received the Michigan Voluntary Protection Program (MVPP) Star certification from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) for workplace safety and health excellence, according to a news release. The award was presented by MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training Director Nella Davis-Ray and was accepted by plant General Manager Jackie Nilson on behalf of all employees.