TV Shows Make a Bee Line for Workwear Express

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Workwear Express has dressed some of the biggest shows on TV. Find out more about the high profile shows they have worked with.

Workwear Express Durham Factory

Workwear Express Durham Factory

“It’s fantastic to be given the opportunity to work on such exciting, high profile shows and we always enjoy seeing our products on TV”.

Durham based company, Workwear Express has continued its success in partnering with high profile TV shows in 2013. In the past year, Workwear Express has worked on a number of exciting projects for television including popular reality TV shows and adverts.

Workwear Express is the UK’s leading supplier of workwear and promotional clothing with a range of over 6,000 customisable products available online.

In January, the North East workwear company were approached by Endemol to supply clothing for reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother 2013. Workwear Express provided them with red shorts, which were worn by the celebrity contestants during a task aired on the 9th of January.

The collaboration with Celebrity Big Brother is not a first for Workwear Express. The workwear company has supplied a number of high profile reality TV shows in the past.

Workwear Express recently worked on a project for popular show, Geordie Shore to provide a range of customised clothing for a promotional photo shoot. They have also supplied MTV with printed T-shirts to promote their latest reality TV show, The Valleys.

Workwear Express works with a wide range of media clients, including advertisement agencies. The company recently supplied the garments worn in the latest Direct Line TV adverts which was aired on prime time TV and currently has over 58,000 views on YouTube.

Andrew Ward, Managing Director at Workwear Express, said:
“It’s fantastic to be given the opportunity to work on such exciting, high profile shows and we always enjoy seeing our products on TV”.

Workwear Express attributes its success at attracting some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry to its constant commitment to improve and grow. The company continues to grow from strength to strength in 2013, with new investments to improve its customisation service and product range. As a result Workwear Express has grown by over 30% in the last year, taking turnover from £4.25m to £5.5m, and this growth is set to continue.

Workwear Express can supply a range of over 6,000 workwear garments and printed promotional clothing to be used in television and the media. If you think Workwear Express could help you, visit to find out more.

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