Special Ballyclare promotion recognises the work of apprentices
Recognising the vital role apprentices play throughout today’s industrial sector, leading workwear provider Ballyclare Limited is supporting the Government-backed 2017 National Apprenticeship Week with special offers on selected workwear garments. For a limited period only, the company will be offering various items – including GORE-TEX® Products; two waterproof jackets, a t-shirt, waterproof over trousers and cargo trousers – to apprentices and their colleagues from all sectors, all at reduced prices, and all available for order from the Ballyclare website.
“This is the 10th annual National Apprenticeship Week, and we wanted to do our bit to help apprentices across the UK who do such a good job,” explains Ballyclare Managing Director, Carlton Greener. “Our offer will run between the 6th and 12th of March and will allow workers to purchase a full kit of Ballyclare garments for a reduced price. Although we’re doing this in support of National Apprenticeship Week, we’re also making the offer open to non-apprentices in the interests of being fair to everyone!”
Ballyclare’s support for apprentices is widely recognised, with the company being joint sponsors – along with Gore Workwear – of the Apprentice of Year category at the 2016 Rail Staff Awards. Ballyclare provided all the nominated apprentices with jackets and trousers made with GORE-TEX® Fabric and invited them to take part in a wearer trial. “We were delighted to jointly sponsor the award with Gore Workwear, and some of the garments we are now offering to apprentices such as the hi-vis waterproof jackets and over trousers are made with GORE-TEX® Fabrics.
“However, there are limited stocks on some of the items, so for anyone wanting to take advantage of our offer it will pay to be quick off the mark!”