Our Business is Making You Look Good

When it comes to representing your brand, you can’t be boxed into rigid, cookie-cutter uniform rental or linen management programs that cost too much and cramp your style. Instead, we work with you to create a flexible program around your specific goals and budget. Our reputation is built around the value we bring while enhancing your corporate image with the products and services your company needs.

Why City? We Listen to You!

We’re a third-generation, family-owned, and operated business, so we know a thing or two about listening. And unfortunately, with many other businesses, listening to customers is a lost art. But, since 1944, we’ve been setting the bar for personalized service, attention to detail, and flexible programs by listening to our customers and putting your needs first.

People Are Our #1 Asset

You can be confident in our leading technology, a wide range of products and services, and state-of-the-art processing equipment. But what really gets the job done is our people. To provide exceptional service, we must have exceptional associates. We invest in our people through ongoing training, top-notch benefits and working conditions, and in-house advancement opportunities.

Our goal is not to be the largest service provider, but to be the best uniform and linen product experts and customer service providers your company expects and deserves. We are entirely devoted to the success of your image program. Thank you for the opportunity to be your supplier and trusted partner.


Family Owned Small Business Champion 2003

Community Partner of the Year 2006

Corporate Good Steward Award 2009

Blue Chip Enterprise Award 1997

US Chamber of Commerce

Entrepreneur of The Year 1997

Ernst & Young

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  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Uniforms and Linen acquired Midwest Linens in Pontiac, Michigan and sold City Dry Cleaning to Superior Cleaners.

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Uniforms and Linen celebrated 75 years of business.

    75thAnniversary (2019)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Opened first distribution center in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Jan 1, 1944


    The Great depression of 2008-2009 had a drastic impact on uniform rental, which pushed growth into the linen business.

    depression (2008)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    The 2007 flood had Kramer Enterprises headquarters and warehouse under 4ft of water. This drove the decision to build new offices on Westfield Drive.

    Cit circa 2007

  • Jan 1, 1944


    The destruction of the previous years fire and decision to rebuild created an opportunity for growth. City Uniforms and Linens and City Apparel acquired their own location.

    new facility2 (1995)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Dry Cleaning burned to the ground. With the help of the surrounding community, they did not miss a day of business.

    fire (1994)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Invested in our first tunnel washer, Bowe Passat, from Germany.

    bowe (1991)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Paul Kramer had the vision to keep people warm in the cold Ohio months, thus came the inception of Coats for Christmas.

    coats for xmas (1987)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Paul and Pam Kramer purchased the stock and owned the company.

    city classics (1986)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Dry Cleaning expanded into the 10,000 square foot adjoining property.

    main street (1982)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Dry Cleaning began a contract with Levi to pre-wash jeans, creating a flurry of jobs in Findlay, Ohio.

    cdc jeans (1977)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Paul graduated college and started in sales for the business. At this time City serviced at 15-mile radius.

    groundbreaking (1976)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Doors opened to the healthcare world. City started servicing 2-3 nursing homes, Fostoria Hospital, and Blanchard Valley Hospital.


  • Jan 1, 1944


    Marked the start of the mat rental business

    City Uniforms old mat station (1962)

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Expanded original building which remained this way until 1976

    City Uniforms circa 1959

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City took on more commercial laundry with motel linens and local restaurant tablecloths.City Uniforms & Linen Circa 1950-1960

  • Jan 1, 1944


    Prior to 1950 City Laundry did primarily home laundry. Now they begin to dive into the dry cleaning business.

    City Dry Cleaning Circa 1950

  • Jan 1, 1944


    City Laundry is open for business under the guidance of Carl and Edith Kramer

    City Uniforms and Linen History 1944 Carl Kramer

See the difference a local company can make for your custom uniform or linen program

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