A new bespoke clothing website has been launched to help farmers promote and brand their business.
Stand out from the crowd with Farm Wardrobe merchandise
Farm Wardrobe is a forward-thinking e-commerce website that allows you to purchase branded clothing online quickly and efficiently from the comfort of your own home.
With easy to use functionality, the Ireland-based firm offers a full range of affordable garmets and all items come with the option to include personalised embroidery. Also appealing to the corporate sector, Farm Wardrobe is already successfully supplying products to professional agricultural businesses.
Stand out from the crowd and maximise the promotion of your business by building brand awareness at sales, shows and events with Farm Wardrobe merchandise. Having branded workwear can also help build staff loyalty, job satisfaction and gives workers a professional edge.
Whether you are into cattle, sheep or machinery – with over 130 farming logos to choose from all areas are covered. Going that extra mile, if you can’t find the image you’re looking for, custom-built logos can also be created from your own photos.
Plan early this Christmas. Add something different to your stockings this year and with fun logos for the kids there will be guaranteed smiles all round.
Farm Wardrobe creator Alison Beattie says: “The website is a simple and hassle-free way to take the initial few steps to market your company. Farm Wardrobe is the only clothing website designed specifically with farmers in mind and in just a few minutes you can make your first bespoke order.”
Purchases can be delivered to all areas of the UK and Ireland and given the current exchange rate; it is very favourable to UK customers.
Headed up by a ‘Mumtrepreneur’, naturally Farm Wardrobe offers a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all the family. From newborns to the elderly, sizes for the entire farming family are already being enjoyed by happy Farm Wardrobe customers, visit www.farm-wardrobe.com to make your purchase today.
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