The February edition of Made to Measure is here, and with it, the opportunity to explore the most exciting developments in the uniform industry. In-depth reports cover every facet of this rapidly-changing industry, including both recent accomplishments and persisting challenges.
Continually published without interruption since 1930, Made to Measure is the uniform industry's top source of up-to-date buying information. The magazine has grown and changed significantly throughout its nearly 90-year history, but it has consistently catered exclusively to the uniform, gear, and footwear markets. In addition to detailed reports about the most exciting developments in uniform buying, the magazine features uniform supplier advertising from the industry's biggest players. With a national circulation of over 25,000, Made to Measure is clearly the industry's most trusted resource.
What to Expect From the Spring and Summer Issue of Made to Measure
From major airlines to small town fire departments, Made to Measure covers every facet of the uniform industry. The uniform magazine shines a light on often underreported aspects of the industry, giving credit where it's due to influential individuals. Highlights from the new issue include:
Freshen Up, Officer
Curious about uniform selection protocol in law enforcement? Made to Measure will give you the scoop on up-to-date industry practices while highlighting the decision-making process for the Princess Anne, East Liverpool, Toledo, and Ottumwa Police Departments. You'll learn how uniforms have improved officer morale and community outreach.
Climate and contemporary style are two of the most important elements of modern airline uniform design. After reading "Wing Tips," you'll boast a thorough understanding of current airline uniform trends, especially for major airlines Delta, American Airlines, and Alitalia.
It's Miller Time!
Miller Uniforms emphasizes exceptional service, as evidenced by the company's cross-training policy for sales representatives. Those involved in the uniform industry can learn a lot from Bob Miller, who shares a few of his secrets to success in this intriguing article.
Recognition Up High
Mountain Uniforms recognizes the importance of uniform-based branding, not only for the ski resorts it famously serves, but also for law enforcement, fire rescue, and other safety-related government entities. Discover how Mountain Uniforms' custom approach allows a range of businesses and organizations to build strong relationships with their customers and the communities they serve.
Fire Rescue Foundation
The Fire Rescue Foundation aims to outfit small town fire and police departments with vehicles, equipment, and turn out gear, but it needs your help! In this article, you'll learn about the genius behind the Fire Rescue Foundation, and how you can help him achieve his dream of small town revitalization.
Trade associations are seemingly on the decline, and yet, association membership continues to hold great value. In "Members Only," leaders from NAUMD, URA, and TRSA share valuable insights on the important role associations play in the uniform industry.
Heat transfers, embroidered emblems, PVC patches...with so many options, how is a uniform supplier to choose? "Modern Identification" highlights a few of today's many embellishment techniques, and the circumstances in which they may prove most beneficial.
It's time to expand your understanding of the uniform industry. Check out the latest issue of Made to Measure to get the latest scoop on uniform news.