AdBrand Survey Winners Announced!

Posted March 13, 2018 at 3:33 pm

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TRSA recently completed its AdBrand™ survey of readers of January’s Textile Services magazine. The survey asked readers to comment on advertising and their perception of supplier company brands that were advertised in the January issue. They also were asked to answer general questions about the magazine and their role in the industry. A total of 184 people completed the confidential survey. These findings will provide advertisers with valuable information that will enable them to communicate more effectively about the products and services they provide to linen, uniform and facility services companies.

As an incentive designed to encourage participation in the survey, TRSA included the names of each respondent in a random drawing for three online gift cards from Amazon. One card was valued at $500; two others were worth $100. Each respondent who completed the survey also received a $10 online gift card good for any product(s) at any Starbucks coffee shop worldwide. The last of the coffee gift card links were e-mailed this week. Check your inboxes and/or spam folders if you completed the survey, but didn’t receive this gift from TRSA.

As for the larger awards, the $500 gift card went to Randy Clemens, Clemens Uniform Rental, Lansdale, PA. The two $100 gift cards went to: Emily Novotny, CITY Laundering, Oelwein, IA; and Ildelisa Rosario, Cadillac Uniform & Linen Supply Inc., Bayamon, PR. TRSA’s partner in this effort, Signet Research Inc., Englewood, NJ, conducted the drawings. No TRSA staff were involved in that process.

TRSA would like to thank everyone who participated in the survey. Signet Research is currently analyzing the results. E-mail and hard-copy editions of these reports, customized for each of the 27 companies that advertised in January’s issue, will be sent shortly. Anyone with questions about the survey should contact Sr. Editor Jack Morgan at