Vote now for the Workwear MVP

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Congratulations to the semi-finalists of the 2018 Workwear MVP Award!
 
Vote for the Workwear MVP you think deserves to be a finalist to win the $1,000 grand prize and $1,000 worth of uniforms for his or her agency.

Robert Heussy | Union Road Volunteer Fire Department, NC
Not only is Robert a 13 year member of the Union Road VFD, he also started a non-profit organization that helps fire departments in Honduras and Nicaragua with much needed equipment. Read More | Vote for Robert Heussy
Alicia Escobar | Monrovia Unified School District, CA
Alicia and her team whittled away a large financial debt and developed a Healthy, Hunger-Free and Kids Act 2010 compliant vegetarian menu for students. Read More | Vote for Alicia Escobar
Whitley County Board of Education, KY – Maintenance Department
Nothing can stop this 13 member team! Whether it means being called in for a nighttime emergency or pulling together to get a major air unit back up and running, these men do everything to keep their school safe. Read More | Vote for the Maintenance Department
Bryce Howell | City of Menifee Community Services Department, CA
Bryce strives to make his park beautiful and the envy of the region, while leading with outstanding work habits. Read More | Vote for Bryce Howell
Dr. Rebecca Williams | Cleveland Humanities Magnet High School, CA
Dr. Williams ensures that every teacher feels supported to teach the curriculum effectively. She also is an outstanding educator, making it a priority that students succeed. Read More | Vote for Dr. Rebecca Williams
Donald Benson | Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation, FL
Donald treats his crew with respect by hearing out their thoughts and opinions. Being a hands-on leader, he will also fill in for them when any are out. Read More | Vote for Donald Benson
Chief Lawrence Capps | Town of Knightdale, NC
Chief Capps dedicates himself to providing the best service possible to the residents, visitors and families of Knightdale. Read More |  Vote for Chief Lawrence Capps
Marlon Medina | Calumet Memorial Park District, IL
Garrett 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 Marlon Medina

Vote now, vote often.
Vote now until June 8. The three finalists will be announced on June 13 and the Workwear MVP will be announced June 18.

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