Pants that can walk the walk

Red Kap’s Lightweight Crew Pant (PT2L) is the lightest weight pant on the market today. Not only that, the Crew Pant is made of ripstop fabric with a water repellent finish, making it incredibly durable. It also has wider and longer belt loops to accommodate a variety of work belts.

Red Kap added a full inseam gusset for more mobility, double-needle stitching for cleaner appearance and reinforced front pocket bags to help prevent common wear and tear. Invisible stretch waistband expands up to 3 additional inches for added comfort and mobility.

Our account managers are standing by to help you outfit your crew with Red Kap’s Lightweight Crew Pant, or can assist you with identifying other workwear your team may need. Getting started with ServiceWear Apparel is easy.

The votes are in!

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Congratulations to Carol Windsor from the Petrified Forest in Holbrook, Arizona, the official winner of the 2017 Park Ranger of the Year Award.

Read Carol’s winning nomination. She wins a grand prize of $1,000 in cash, plus an additional $1,000 worth of apparel for her agency.

Thank you for participating

Congratulations again to our finalists, and thank you to the thousands of you that voted. We were honored to share the stories of these hard-working men and women, the unsung heroes of public service.

The Race is On

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The 2017 Service Spotlight Park Ranger of the Year Award was established to shine a light on those unsung heroes serving our communities that often go unnoticed. We seek to honor a park ranger who goes above and beyond in service to his or her park and community.

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2017 Park Ranger of the Year!

Vote for one of the park ranger finalists listed below that you think deserves to win $1,000 grand prize and $1,000 worth of uniforms for his or her state park.

2017 Workwear MVP Winner Andrew O’Neill

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From left to right, Zachary Ramp, President of the Spring Lake Heights Uniformed Police Association, Jim Burnett, Chief Development Officer, ServiceWear Apparel, Sergeant Andrew O’Neil, 2017 ServiceWear Apparel Workwear MVP Award Recipient, Congressman Chris Smith, (4th) New Jersey, Stephen Maxwell, Group Vice President, National IPA

Congratulations to Sgt. Andrew O’Neill from Spring Lake Heights Police Department in New Jersey, the official winner of the 2017 Workwear MVP Award.

This past Father’s Day, Sgt. Andrew O’Neill left his family to work a shift at the police department, but soon discovered it would not be a normal day. That day, Andrew became a true hero to another father, whose heart inexplicably stopped beating and he collapsed in front of his wife and two children. Andrew led his team to eventually save the man’s life.

Read Andrew’s winning nomination. Andrew wins a grand prize of $1,000 in cash, plus an additional $1,000 worth of apparel for his agency.

Thank you for participating

Thank you for your resounding participation with this award. Congratulations again to our nine finalists and thank you to the thousands of you that voted. We were honored to share the stories of these harding-working men and women.

Nominate your favorite Park Ranger!

ServiceWear Apparel announces the 2017 Service Spotlight Park Ranger of the Year Award. The Service Spotlight Awards were established to shine a light on those unsung heroes serving our communities that often go unnoticed. Today we seek to honor a park ranger who goes above and beyond in service to his or her park and community.

Nominations can be submitted now through November 3, 2017 at
www.servicewearapparel.com/ranger.

Prizes

The winning park ranger will receive a $1,000 grand prize and $1,000 worth of uniforms for his or her state park. The nominator with the winning submission will also receive a free Red Kap® Soft Shell Jacket

Winner Selection

ServiceWear Apparel will select a group of finalists based on criteria outlined in the contest guidelines. Then online voting will open from November 10 to December 1. The winner will be announced December 13.

Park Ranger Recognition

“We are proud to recognize the efforts of hard-working park rangers devoted to protecting our nation’s beautiful parks and recreation areas who provide opportunities for us to experience them as nature intended,” said Jim Burnett, executive vice president of ServiceWear Apparel. “We thank all park rangers for their role in creating exceptional outdoor experiences for our families, and we look forward to reading the nominations about their service to their communities.”

For more information on the 2017 Park Ranger of the Year Award, visit www.servicewearapparel.com/ranger/ or contact info@servicewearapparel.com.

Help provide the much needed relief to thousands affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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As you know, historic flooding continues to worsen in Texas as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey douse the Southeastern portion of the state with rain. Harvey is the most powerful hurricane to strike Texas in more than 50 years and the storm’s precipitation could reach 50 inches in some coastal areas. Emergency personnel are doing all they can to rescue any displaced residents.

ServiceWear Apparel has many customers affected by this tragic event. The American Red Cross is helping to provide shelters and supplies to those that need it the most, and they need assistance from you. We will be making a contribution to the American Red Cross for flood relief and we encourage all of our friends, employees and customers to do the same.

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ServiceWear Apparel Awards Sgt. Andrew O’Neill the 2017 Workwear MVP Award

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Congratulations to Sgt. Andrew O’Neill from Spring Lake Heights Police Department in New Jersey, the official winner of the 2017 Workwear MVP Award.

This past Father’s Day, Sgt. Andrew O’Neill left his family to work a shift at the police department, but soon discovered it would not be a normal day. That day, Andrew became a true hero to another father, whose heart inexplicably stopped beating and he collapsed in front of his wife and two children. Andrew led his team to eventually save the man’s life.

Read Andrew’s winning nomination. Andrew wins a grand prize of $1,000 in cash, plus an additional $1,000 worth of apparel for his agency.

Thank you for participating

Thank you for your resounding participation with this award. Congratulations again to our nine finalists and thank you to the thousands of you that voted. We were honored to share the stories of these harding-working men and women.

Watch for more contest opportunities from ServiceWear Apparel. In the meantime, we will continue to equip men and women with workwear and apparel. Browse our selection of products.

Vote Now for the 2017 Workwear MVP Award

You decide the winner.

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2017 Workwear MVP Award!
Below are the finalists. Vote for the Workwear MVP you think deserves to win $1,000 grand prize and $1,000 worth of uniforms for his or her agency.

Trey Schneider | Prince William County Service Authority, VAIf the Prince William County Service Authority were a rock band instead of a water utility, Trey Schneider would be its crowd-pleasing front man.
Read More | Vote for Trey Schneider

Ruben Reyna | Los Angeles County Fire Department, CAWith over 28 years of service, Ruben Reyna not only cares about those in his community but also makes sure that his fellow staff has all the workwear need to perform their duties safely.
Read More | Vote for Ruben Reyna

Paul Piccirilli | Roswell Fire Department, GAChief Paul Piccirilli has been the driving force behind his fire department getting much needed, state-of-the-art equipment to educate his community about fire safety and prevention.
Read More | Vote for Paul Piccirilli

Andrew O’Neill | Spring Lake Heights Police Department, NJThe past Father’s Day, Sgt. Andrew O’Neill left his family to work a shift at the police department, but soon discovered it would not be a normal day.
Read More | Vote for  Andrew O’Neill

Jeffrey Neville | Bishop Airport Police FNT, MIAfter a near fatal knife wound to his neck by a terrorist in his airport, Jeffrey Neville refused to give up detaining the threat until the click of the handcuff was heard.
Read More | Vote for Jeffrey Neville

John Paul Dorais | Meriden Police Department, CTOfficer John Paul Dorais has built meaningful contacts within his community that has yielded information that has prevented crime and enhanced the quality of life for the residents of the City of Meriden.
Read More | Vote for John Paul Dorais

Susan Briggs | Valhalla Ambulance Corps, NYSusan Briggs is not only a Nurse Practitioner turned EMT, but also a business owner, that is dedicated to the education of EMS health care, so that volunteer EMTs may helps those that need it most.
Read More | Vote for Susan Briggs

Garrett Bell | Inland Empire Utilities Agency, CAGarrett Bell wears his uniform with pride and shares a passion for his job of making sure the 850,000 residents in Southern California have water…everyday.
Read More | Vote for Garrett Bell

Jeff Barker | Hobbs Municipal School, NMIn the past 27 years, over 189,000 students have benefitted from Jeff Barker’s attention to detail and excellence to service at Hobbs Municipal School.
Read More | Vote for Jeff Barker


Vote now, vote often. 
Vote now until August 4. The winner will be announced August 10.

Share this contest via social media to help your favorite Workwear MVP gain votes and win!

Announcing the 2017 Workwear MVP Award

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ServiceWear Apparel seeks to recognize the men and women who go to work every day to make our cities, towns, counties, and neighborhoods a better place. These individuals put on their workwear or uniform before work each day, and provide a level of service to the public. Recognized by their peers and those who benefit, this individual goes beyond what is required or expected in their day-to-day job responsibilities. We believe that these unsung heroes of public service don’t always receive the attention and recognition they deserve. This is why we are proud to sponsor the Workwear MVP Award.

Nominations can be submitted now through June 9, 2017 at
www.servicewearapparel.com/workwear-mvp/.

Prizes

The winner will receive a $1,000 grand prize and his or her agency will receive $1,000 worth of workwear and uniforms. The nominator with the winning submission will also receive a free Red Kap® Soft Shell Jacket.

Winner Selection

ServiceWear Apparel will select a group of finalists based on criteria outlined in the contest guidelines. Then online voting will open from June 15 to July 7. The winner will be announced July 13.

Workwear MVP Recognition

“Working with government agencies across the country, we encounter many dedicated individuals who serve their employer and community with distinction. We believe that far too often, these hard working men and women of public service just don’t receive the attention and recognition they deserve,” said Jim Burnett, Executive Vice President of ServiceWear Apparel. “This is why we are very pleased to sponsor this national competition to recognize the best of the best, the Workwear MVP.”

For more information on the 2017 Workwear MVP Award, visit www.servicewearapparel.com/workwear-mvp/ or contact
info@servicewearapparel.com.

Embroidered Polo < $21

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The Poly Performance Polo series has superior color retention and wicking to keep you cool and comfortable with wrinkle resistance that helps maintain a professional appearance. The grid texture aids in minimizing dirt and assists in snag resistance. The 5.3 oz. fabric weight is perfect to hold up under tough work and wash conditions without being too heavy. Available in eight colors, the polo is offered in both men and women’s styles. *Price of $20.55 includes one embroidered logo, 20,000 stitches or less.

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