|Build A School Uniform Program
A well-defined strategy is the key to success. Our strategy is simple: help our customers clearly identify their needs, so that we are better able to identify the right school uniform program for you.
Every successful School Uniform Program encompasses the following components:
The Right Apparel
Decide on a dress code for the school by identifying the item(s) you want to include.
- Utilize our on-line catalogs to compare items and find ones that fit your students needs
- Stop by our Showroom to view samples in person, or bring samples to your school
- Bring in existing uniforms if you would like us to match or exceed current quality
- If you require items to be at a specific price-point, Sales can recommend items
within that range
Mandatory or Voluntary Compliance
Will your program be mandatory or voluntary? This influences the characteristics your program will take on,
as the costs and management of each are different. Our Sales Representatives would be happy to assist
you with reviewing the pro's and con's of each, and help you decide which would be more appropriate for your school community.
Mandatory school uniform policies are adopted by the school district and usually require all students at participating schools to wear specific clothes and colors at all times.
Voluntary school uniform policies let parents choose whether and in what circumstances their children will wear school uniforms. There is no reprimand for students who do not wear uniforms. We have found that Voluntary programs can be more costly to run and more difficult to manage. Retail -vs- Wholesale
We will help you examine the when, how, and who of ordering apparel. When considering what type of program to offer, these are key components to consider in the process. We have constructed this side-by-side chart to help you navigate thru the different levels of service we are able to provide, and identify what type of program best fits your needs - either 'Retail' or 'Wholesale'.
Our Sales Representatives
would be happy to assist you with reviewing the pro's and con's of each, and help you decide which would be more appropriate for your school community.