USI has been in the culinary, hospitality and corporate image apparel business for 26 years. Its President, Fred Epstien, announced earlier today that "the entire USI Sales Team is extremely excited to make its first appearance at the annual Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association Show. We have been in business in Palm Beach County for over 26 years, and we believe this is the year to be formally introduced to the entire membership of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association."
Epstien continued that "USI sells corporate image apparel and uniforms to thousands of hotels and restaurants throughout the US, Canada and the Caribbean, with many of its key customers based in Florida. We can't think of a better time to introduce USI to all of the attendees this year at the largest annual meeting of restaurant, hotel buyers and decision makers in the southeastern United States."
Interested parties not currently registered for this year's Florida Restaurant and Lodging Show should visit: http://www.flrestaurantandlodgingshow.com
About Uniform Sales Inc. (USI):
Uniform Sales Inc (USI) of Lake Worth, Florida has been in business for over 26 years. The company specializes in culinary, hospitality & corporate image apparel & uniforms. USI sells uniforms to over 1000 restaurants, hotels, and country clubs throughout the US, including over 500 Darden Restaurants, and hotels such as The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, the Waldorf Astoria Naples, the Anatole Hotel in Dallas, and many other fine private hotels, restaurants and country clubs. USI is a Sysco Foods Central Florida approved uniform vendor. USI represents over 50 leading manufacturers of the finest corporate image, culinary & hospitality apparel manufacturers in the US. The company offers custom embroidery and silk-screening so that all apparel can be branded for a business. Turn-around time for most orders is 7-10 business days. For more information email: email@example.com or call: 561-547-6115. http://www.uniformsalesinc.com
About the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association:
FRLA’s mission is to ‘Protect, Educate and Promote’ Florida’s hospitality industry – which represents a $62.4 billion industry, 20% of Florida’s economy, $3.4 billion in sales tax revenue, and close to one million employees, making it Florida’s largest employer. It is Florida's premier non-profit, hospitality industry trade association. FRLA safeguards the needs of the hospitality industry, improves the business climate, promotes the highest levels of quality and safety for our patrons, provides legislative advocacy, and eases navigation of government regulation. The Association represents and serves more than 10,000 independent and household name members, including theme parks. For more information, go to www.frla.org.