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99 Problems, but Your Restroom Ain’t One

We know that cleanliness in the workplace is important, but there’s one place that may be a contender for the most important place to keep clean. It’s the one space in your business customers will always remember after they leave…. the restroom! Keeping your bathroom fresh and smelling great keeps employees happy and leaves an everlasting impression …

No More Dirty Secrets

When someone from the outside comes into your facility, how would they view your workspace? Even if your business is the kind where your customers won’t be coming in and out of this space, it’s still imperative to keep it clean and sanitized. Not only does it look more professional, but it keeps your employees and your products sanitized and clean. …

We Appreciate YOU.

The seasons may change, but the loyalty from our customers don’t. At City Uniforms and Linen, we pride ourselves with our service to our customers, but more than anything we appreciate the continual commitment we get from them. We realize there is fierce competition out there, but here are a few reasons you should stick with us: • We offer a …

The Power of Our Technology

We consider ourselves at the forefront of technology as it relates to customer billing, inventory management and customer service.  We will be educating our customers in a three-part series in our blog over the next few months.  In this article we are going to feature our MOBILE technology and how it relates to our customers. City Uniforms & Linen …

Have germaphobes in your office?

Everyone knows a germaphobe.  Let’s be real, during this time of year, we all are at some level.  In our business we have 2 people in particular, that are off the chart germaphobes.   If anyone else is sick in our business, they literally carry a disinfectant spray around with them and shoot people and anything they touch with it constantly.  Dare …

Coats For Christmas

  Coats for Christmas of Hancock County originated from the vision of City Dry Cleaning owner, Paul Kramer. In 1987, Kramer developed and launched a service project to provide a warm coat to those in need regardless of financial circumstances. Paul conceived the idea of an organized collection of gently used coats, donating his company’s services …