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A smart, practical and colourful choice from BTC B


TC activewear are sure to add taste and style to any hospitality collection with their exclusive range from Dennyʼs. The combination of quality fabrics and styling are a perfect recipe for any uniform.


Perfect for kitchen staff, the DC01E Dennyʼs Check Fully Elasticated Trouser is hard wearing, bleach resistant and includes two side pockets. Available in sizes XS – 3XL and navy and white. To top off the uniform the DD20 Lightweight Long Sleeve Chefs Jacket is made from lightweight polycotton and includes removable black studs. For busy, hot, environments the jacket is also available in short sleeves, code DD20S.


For front of house, BTC activewear also offer a range of Dennyʼs aprons, including the DP99 Anti- Bacterial Waterproof Apron. New for 2011, this full size apron has an anti bacterial coating to allow for a low temperature hand wash. With anti tangle ties this is available in a selection of colours.


Spice things up with the DP10 Polycotton Bib Apron – available in a huge selection of 14 colours. With


an adjustable halter this full sized apron is bleach resistant and suitable for industrial laundering. Finish off the uniform with the DG07C Dennyʼs Skull Cap – suitable for chefs, this long lasting, comfortable cap comes in navy or black.


Front of house staff need to be smart and comfortable and BTC activewear understand that a smartly dressed employee represents a positive image for any company. New for 2011, is the 947F Russell Collection Ladies Cap Sleeve Easy Care Fitted Shirt. In a contemporary design with fitted cut, this shirt has a classic single button collar and stylish capped sleeves, sure to project a smart appearance. Available in a choice of four colours, the shirt is also available for men, code 947M.


The KK512 Bargear Ladies Café


Bar Top is also a good choice for front of house. With elastane fabric for enhanced fit and narrow high V- neck – this top is also available for men and comes in black. ■ For more information call 0121 505 5177, email midlands11@btcactivewear.co.uk or visit www.btcactivewear.co.uk


PROTECTION: Denny’s DP99 Anti-Bacterial Waterproof Apron was new for 2011.


Free corporate mailers on offer from Henbury I


n the current climate businesses have to compete strongly and while other sectors may hold back on re-ordering uniforms, those with staff in the public eye need to protect their corporate image and know that smartly dressed employees project a positive image to clientele. Henburyʼs shirts, knitwear and trousers are perfect for the hospitality sector and we are promoting this fact in our new corporate mailer. To help decorators promote businesswear garments to their customers we have produced these free A5 mailers which are blank on the back to allow you to add your own company details. To order, ask your regular distributor, email enquiries@henbury.com or call Henbury on 01506 437226. Henburyʼs Oxford Cotton Shirt comes in two weights both with easy care and wrinkle resistant finishes. For men and women there are short and long sleeve styles. Cotton poplin with a touch of elastane makes all the difference to the fit and the comfort of the wearer.


Hardwearing and comfortable, the traditional menʼs and ladies Chino trouser has become a workwear staple. The Teflon coating helps prevent staining keeping the appearance crisp for longer. The H603 and H609 black polyester trousers are ideal for hospitality. The H720 and H721 fine gauge V-neck knits and the H823 ladies cardigan always look smart. In navy and black from XS to XXL they offer a comfortable alternative to a suit jacket.


Many of our styles have special fabric treatments for easy care. Whether for a casual or more formal environment, Henbury want you to feel comfortable in what you are wearing. ■ For more information contact your usual distributor, email enquiries@henbury.com or visit www.henbury.com


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