Work Uniform Blog

We’ve Got Our Repair Processes Buttoned Down

If you’ve ever walked out the door in the morning only to discover that a button has come loose on your shirt, or worse, that a zipper has started to lose its grip, you know how annoying it is to have to figure out some kind of fix on the fly. (Ahem.)

But not everyone can get by with a safety pin or a bit of masking tape creativity.  On a work uniform, a loose button is more than just an annoyance. It’s a distraction, and potentially, a work-stopping safety hazard.

A work uniform service that doesn’t have a buttoned-down …

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Join Roscoe at Teamsters Local 731 Golf Event and Autism Fundraiser

The summer is a great time to get out into the fresh air and play some golf. This month you can help support a good cause at the same time by joining us on July 25 at the 18th Annual “In Search of a Cure” Golf Event sponsored by Teamsters Local 731 and Joint Council 25.

The event, which has raised more than $6.2 million over the past 17 years, helps fund a variety of programs for children with autism spectrum disorders. Last year, the event brought in $635,000.

Popular Event Expanded to Include Four Golf Courses

The event has …

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Roscoe Family Picnic a Showcase of Teamwork – Minus the “Work”

Set against the backdrop of National Grove South in Riverside on a gorgeous spring day, Roscoe Company’s friends and family gathered for our annual picnic, complete with games, a bouncy house, and food… Lots of food.

With nearly 250 in attendance, the picnic was a lively representation of Roscoe’s culture. We enjoyed each other’s company, cooked and ate delicious food together, and celebrated our dedicated team members and their families.

Pride of the Jungle, Proud of Our Employees

Our company motto, “Take Pride,” was brought to life through our picnic theme: Pride of the Jungle. Our well-loved clown, Strawberri, returned …

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A Day at the Beach and Suddenly the Barcode is Everywhere

Norman Joseph Woodland is said to have sketched out the idea for the first barcode in sand, while sitting on a Florida beach in 1949, sparking a transformation of the way entire industries track their products, their processes and their inventory.

It just goes to show you that the concept of “a day at the beach” is lost on some people.

Still, thanks to Woodland, his co-inventor Bernard Silver, and a forward-thinking supermarket executive who drove the evolution of Woodland’s idea into the pattern of stripes found on everything from hospital patients’ i.d. bracelets to airline boarding passes, people …

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