Author: JA Uniforms
Published in: Jun 1, 2020
What does a Caribbean island resort in a British overseas territory have in common with a hotel in Guatemala City? And what do they both have in common with a resort nestled on the pristine beaches of Bahrain's east coast?
Uniforms, of course!
Despite their disparate locations, the breathtaking Parrot Cay Resort, the prestigious Grand Tikal Futura Hotel and the idyllic Al Bander Hotel have all recently acquired uniforms from J.A. Uniforms.
It’s gratifying to see our uniforms travel the globe. It speaks to the universal appeal of quality affordable garments, the pursuit of which appears to know no boundaries. In the case of the Outrigger Guam Resort, for example, our jackets and flat-front pants traveled over 8000 miles before being pressed into service at the preeminent beachfront getaway.
Today’s heightened interest from distant buyers does call for a few operational adjustments.
For starters, we’re opening earlier these days. And we’re closing later. More importantly, we are keenly watchful for incoming emails. This preserves our ability to respond quickly and achieve optimum turnaround times.
Consider that the time lost in sending a box of uniforms to an overseas hotel can be effectively recovered by bringing time-saving efficiencies to bear on the processing and manufacturing of the garments. Acting with dispatch on the front end allows for smooth sailing when our uniforms hit the high seas. Ordering well in advance, of course, makes this a moot point.
Not surprisingly, word of mouth and reputation are responsible for attracting most of J.A. Uniforms’ far-flung buyers. This globetrotting pair is both credible and persuasive.
And for a company that forgoes advertising, these two can’t be underestimated.