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Eliminate Missing Work Uniforms with a Uniform Delivery Service that Combines Technology and Customer Service

June 21, 2022 1:14 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The number one complaint from organizations that use other uniform rental services is missing garments. Employee uniforms and workwear are an integral tool for your workforce to maintain a safe, professional, and productive environment. When items are not delivered on time and to specification, it is difficult for your employees to do their jobs.

You need a reliable employee uniform delivery service that utilizes today’s most innovative tracking technology without compromising personalized customer service.

Ultra-High Frequency RFID Garment Tracking 

UHF RFID is short for “Ultra-High Frequency Radio-Frequency Identification.” Digital data is encoded on UHF RFID tags, which a data reader …


Roscoe Combines Fitness and Philanthropy to Raise Money for Sarah’s Circle

Roscoe Combines Fitness and Philanthropy to Raise Money for Sarah’s Circle

June 10, 2022 7:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Sarah’s Circle is a non-profit organization located in the heart of Chicago that provides a full spectrum of services for women, including housing and life necessities, to help permanently overcome homelessness. While Roscoe, a Chicago-based employee uniform rental company, has been a donor to Sarah’s Circle for some time, the Roscoe team decided to up the ante and combine fundraising for Sarah’s Circle with Roscoe’s annual employee Steps Challenge. The result was an increased focus on wellness and a closer connection with the community for Roscoe employees.

Sarah’s Circle and Roscoe Connection

“My sister Nancy was a supporter of Sarah’s …


Top Five Reasons to Provide Uniforms to Your Employees Blog Image

Top 5 Reasons to Provide Uniforms to Your Employees

May 29, 2022 4:45 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

What do Apple founder Steve Jobs, Vogue magazine editor Anna Wintour, and the Chicago Bears all have in common? A work uniform.

While a work uniform certainly establishes a recognizable image, uniforms create unity and cohesion amongst a team, promoting a positive employee culture. Uniforms are more than the clothing your employees wear; they offer comfort, protection, and style. Here are five reasons you should provide your employees with uniforms.

Employee Community

Employee uniforms create a sense of unity and community. Employee uniforms can enhance teamwork, a sense of belonging, and equality among your staff.

Brand Representation

Company uniforms that …


Community Service Award

Roscoe Honored by TRSA’s Company Community Service Award for Their Work with the Lincoln Park Zoo

May 23, 2022 4:11 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Roscoe takes pride in both supporting Chicagoland businesses with uniform rental services and the work we do in our community. We’re honored to receive the 2022 Company Community Service Award from TRSA for our recent contribution to Chicago’s historic Lincoln Park Zoo.

While our philanthropy has typically reached the human population of Chicago, in 2021, The Roscoe Company and its Buik family owners had the opportunity to help our favorite four-legged friends… lions. The Lincoln Park Zoo had begun a renovation project for the lion habitat with hopes to double the space and add more features for the lion’s well-being,


Roscoe Centennial

Roscoe Centennial – Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

May 17, 2022 6:02 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The Roscoe Co., a Chicago-based independent industrial launderer, formally marked its centennial on April 16 with a dinner program at the Drake Hotel downtown. The celebration – delayed by COVID-19 concerns – highlighted the family-owned company’s roots in the North Lawndale community on the city’s west side, which has faced social and economic challenges in recent decades.

In a keynote address, U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-IL) praised Roscoe for its commitment to corporate social responsibility as well as business success by working with him and other officials to help the neighborhood revive. “When I came to Chicago in 1961, there