Uniforms can speak volumes about a business’ operations and brand, as found by a recent study. The survey, conducted online in January 2014 by Harris Interactive among 2,051 adults, revealed that nearly 65 percent of U.S. adults said that seeing uniformed employees has a positive impact on their perception of a company.
When asked specifically about how this impacted their perception of the company, respondents said that uniformed employees, whether in retail, at home service or beyond:
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March is fast approaching, and that means that St. Patrick’s Day will soon be here with all of its Irish pomp and festivities. Heaping pots of corned beef and cabbage will be served alongside frosty glasses of Irish ales and stouts for this annual holiday once again. If your business or organization wants to get in on the fun, The T-Shirt Company can help you create a batch of fun shirts that will commemorate a great party day.
There are plenty of recognizable symbols you can use to easily create an Irish-themed T-shirt. First of all, start with the color scheme. Green, white and orange are the colors of the Irish flag, and it’s easy to incorporate these colors into a shirt design. Use one of these colors, preferably green, to print a shamrock on your shirts.
Shamrocks are an old symbol of people from Celtic lineage, and it rose to prominence in response to English invasions of Irish lands. As this article from History.com describes, the shamrock, which had always represented a sense of spring and rebirth, came to symbolize growing Irish nationalism as early as the seventeenth century. Typically, this icon is a symbol of Irish displeasure concerning English rule.
Snakes are another icon given to us from Celtic traditions, although the snake has more to do with Christianity than with pagan religions. Folklore states that St. Patrick stood on a hill in Ireland and banished all snakes from the island with only his wooden staff. It’s believed that there were never actually any snakes on the island, but that this story represents the spread of Catholicism through Ireland and the eventual disappearance of pagan traditions.
Some St. Patrick’s Day staples don’t go as far back as the shores of Eire and the ancient times of Gaelic tribes. Interestingly enough, corned beef wasn’t the Irish staple it was until immigrants began to make St. Patrick’s Day a much more celebrated event in New York City. Irish nationals learned from Jewish neighbors that they could replace their Irish bacon with much cheaper corned beef to create a dish that mirrored their traditional feasts for a much lower price.
Get in on the Irish pride and shout “Erin go Bragh” with fervor this year. Call The T-Shirt Company to see how we can get you the right outfit for your party or pub-crawl. Start with our gallery of design templates to create your own clean, captivating image. We have 100s of templates to help you place, position and color your words or logo. Our designs include work, sports, schools, businesses, marathons, promotions, colleges and other organizations to help you get started. Our templates help guide your spacing, sizing and alignments so your graphics are displayed in the perfect visual arrangement. Click on any design to get a closer look at careful details, distressed patterns, back-to-front printing and more. Contact The T-Shirt Company at 513-821-7100 or stop in for more information or to place an order.