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Why every restaurant should have Anchor Ties instead of standard ties.

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

If you are in the restaurant industry and have to wear ties as a part of your uniform, you know just how much of a hassle wearing a tie can be. I see it way too often, restaurants spend millions on their concepts, marketing, branding, etc. but they often ignore the neckwear integrity of their staff. For less than most dishes on their menu, they can eliminate the hassles and risks of wearing standard ties in their establishment. It has been proven, that neckties in the service and hospitality industry contain high levels of bacteria, which can easily spread as the tie touches multiple surfaces or even customer’s dishes.

An even more alarming fact, ties are not washed or cleaned as often as shirts, pants, or other uniforms. Come to think about it, when was the last time you washed or cleaned your tie? Think about how many times you sneeze, how many times you touch your tie to adjust it and how many surfaces your tie touches throughout the day. A tie tack, tie clip, or tie bar does a good job of keeping the upper portion of the tie in place, but do not ┬ákeep the entire tie in perfect position. Some restaurants have their servers tuck the tip of the tie into their pants or apron. Do you want your server’s tie in their pants?

Until now, there hasn’t been a better option for the restaurant and service industry. Anchor Neckwear is the perfect solution for your uniform needs. We can custom design a tie to match the look and feel of your restaurant. Be among the first in the industry to adopt Anchor Ties and see the positive impacts immediately. Not only will your servers love wearing them, your customers will notice your attention to detail, dedication to quality service standards, and above all else, they will come back. You will be the restaurant who’s servers wear ties that stay in perfect place. Can your competition say that?

Contact us directly for bulk pricing, design options, and to learn how you can benefit from having your servers wear Anchor Ties.

Live the TIE Life,