We are delighted to be able to help Greggs continue their success in raising money for Children in Need year on year. The t-shirts we provided look great and we're sure they will help get plenty of people involved in the range of events they are running.
Durham, County Durham (PRWEB UK) 5 November 2013
Workwear Express have helped Greggs continue their proud tradition of raising money for Children in Need by providing them with a number of printed t-shirts.
The Durham based company provided the high street bakers with garments to be worn by their staff across their 1,650 stores up and down the country as part of their fund raising initiatives in the run up to the Children In Need event on November 15th. The well-known bakers have become an important part of Children in Need for a number of years, helping to raise over £4 million since 2007, totalling over £1 million in each of the last two years.
The range of events Greggs are running consist of raffles in their various stores, as well as a number of other challenges to entertain customers and raise funds for a worthwhile cause in the process. Greggs will also be selling a a number of Children in Need themed products consisting of Pudsey and Blush ears along with Pudsey key rings. Of course it wouldn't be Greggs without a number of Children in Need sweet treats such as Pudsey gingerbread men and cupcakes.
The t-shirts printed by Workwear Express consist of a number of different colours, based around the Children in Need logo as well as incorporating the Greggs logo. The design was applied to the garments using their in-house screen printing facilities that allows the Durham based company to print in excess of 40,000 designs each and every week. You can take a look at how the design was applied to the garments by viewing the video released by the workwear company at the following address: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cXqyuU72rQ
Workwear Express' Managing Director, Andrew Ward said: "We are delighted to be able to help Greggs continue their success in raising money for Children in Need year on year. The t-shirts we provided look great and we're sure they will help get plenty of people involved in the range of events they are running in the run up to the charity's telethon event."
Launched in 1990, Workwear Express has grown to become the largest supplier of printed and embroidered clothing in the UK, supplying over 50,000 customers with garments from a range that exceeds over 6,000 items. This continued growth is underpinned by their recent new branding and website that has improved the ability for their customers to easily find and purchase their required garments.
This isn't the first well known high street brand that Workwear Express have provided printed and embroidered garments for, working with the likes of John Lewis, SCS, HMV and Harvey Nichols on a regular basis.