Friday, August 3, 2012

Superior Uniform Group Picked for Apparel Magazine's Top 50 List

Superior Uniform Group, parent company of the Worklon brand featured on, has once again been named to Apparel Magazine's 2012 Top 50 list. The designer/manufacturer of uniforms/uniform accessories, image apparel, and more is ranked number 41 this year.

The annual list, which ranks companies by profitability, includes worldwide brands such as Polo Ralph Lauren®, Levi Strauss & Co.®, and Nike®. Apparel recognizes these companies for their positive performance during these challenging economic times. Follow the link to view the entire Apparel Magazine Top 50 list for 2012.
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Superior Uniform Group CEO, Michael Benstock, acknowledged that, "Being named to the Apparel Magazine Top 50 list year after year is a reflection of our ability to combine our rich history with innovation and technology. As a result, our customers get a winning combination of value-added services and uniform program management, and also quality products that their employees enjoy wearing.”

Superior Uniform Group was formed in 1920 as the Superior Surgical Manufacturing Company. Long recognized as a leader in creating garments for the healthcare industry, they continued to add high-quality clothing products for a wide range of areas including: Restaurant/Food Services, Governmental/Public Safety, Transportation, Cleanroom, and others.

Apparel Magazine, founded in 1959 as Bobbin Magazine, is an industry-leading publication providing valuable information as a business/technology resource for executives working at apparel manufacturers and retailers. They are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Top Companies list in 2012.

Q Source is currently offering an extra 15% off Superior Uniform Group's Worklon cleanroom/ESD-safe garments. Please visit our Facebook Coupons tab to access your discount code. For further information about Worklon, or other Superior Uniform Group products, please contact us via phone (800-966-6020) or email.

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