Textile Services staff recently received findings from the latest AdStudy® survey of TRSA’s monthly magazine. The results provided the publication and its advertisers with useful insights.
Cooperative Laundry, a Kearny, NJ-based hospitality launderer, has plans to open a 90,000-square-foot facility in San Marcos, TX, roughly 35 miles south of Austin, according to news reports.
Alliant Systems, Irving, TX, recently released the dates for the next two editions of its Annual Customer Conference. The conference features educational breakout sessions and a review of new route-accounting features and related technologies, according to a news release.
Lavatec Laundry Technology Inc., Beacon Falls, CT, recently commissioned an online survey of North American industrial laundry customers in the wake of current economic events and the expected impact on future energy consumption. Three quarters of survey respondents think energy costs will rise significantly in the coming years, according to a news release.
TRSA continued its series of webinars for the linen, uniform and facility services industry with a June 23 presentation on improving route stop performance. The hour-long webinar was presented by TRSA’s Industrial, Uniform & Workwear Committee, and is the first of a three-part series.
TRSA President & CEO Joseph Ricci recently appeared on a Goldman Sachs webcast to discuss key trends in the linen, uniform and facility services industry.
TRSA recently hosted a webinar featuring best practices for protecting your business from hackers and scammers trying to gain access to valuable corporate data.
Linen, uniform and facility services operators should register today for the new TRSA Innovation Showcase & Exchange and create personal digital profiles for online meetings with TRSA member supplier partners during the June 14-18 event.
I loved the HBO show, The Sopranos. I’m a bit of a Mafia aficionado; I’ve been fascinated with that culture ever since my grandmother (!) gave me a book by Jimmy “The Weasel” Fratianno to read when I was 16. In an early episode of The Sopranos, James Gandolfini, playing Tony Soprano (the main character and the leader or “don” of the Soprano mob) was hosting a barbecue in his back yard for other mobsters. Tony manned the grill while wearing Bermuda shorts, and this prompted a visit the next week.