Rather than just laying claim to their expertise, workwear supplier Xamax intends to prove it live at the show by having a working embroidery machine on display throughout the three days, creating three specially branded FIT Show items to mark each individual day of the exhibition.
Xamax will offer an interesting diversion for visitors who will otherwise be surrounded by dozens of hardware, systems, window, door and conservatory companies exhibiting at The FIT Show, with a huge range of workwear and providing an opportunity to see the branding processes first hand.
Based in Wakefield and possessing over 20 years’ experience, Xamax can produce printed and embroidered company branding on polo-shirts, t-shirts, work trousers, jackets, high visibility workwear, aprons, tabards, chefwear and a multitude of other clothing options.
Visitors to stand 3-370 who place an order with Xamax can also take advantage of a one-off promotion that the company will be offering exclusively at The FIT Show.
Running on each day of the show, visitors to Xamax’s exhibition stand who produce a business card will be entered into a prize draw where they can win 24 company branded polo shirts; shipped free of charge.
Xamax are no strangers to supplying branded workwear to high-profile clients; previously working on behalf of household names including Black and Decker, British Gas, Card Factory, Nokia and Waterstones.
Sales Advisor Colin Stewart is keen to highlight the effectiveness that branded clothing can have: “At Xamax, we do as much as we can do to get our name out into the public domain and we like to do the same on behalf of others. Branded clothing tells people exactly who you are and what you do. It is a fantastic promotional tool and guaranteed to create a lasting impression.”