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18Jan

Prudential Overall Supply Releases 2021 Customer Satisfaction Score

IRVINE, CA – January 18, 2022

Prudential Overall Supply, an industry leader in reusable image work apparel and related textiles, today announced its 2021 customer satisfaction index (CSI) score. The score is measured through the Company’s Customer Visitation (CV) process. The CV occurs with direct meetings with each reviewed customer. The CV rates each customer service touchpoint.

Prudential’s Chairman of the Board, Dan Clark comments, “The CV process is our way to better connect to our customers’ requirements, and to verify that we are delivering the customer service experience that we have promised. I personally spend nearly a third of the year conducting CV’s with our management team. It is the most enjoyable part of my year, and it is the time I learn the most about our business. Even more today as we face each day’s challenges together.”

Conducting 11,180 Customer Visitations, Prudential achieved a CSI rating of 4.45 (up from 4.44 from the previous year) on a 5-point scale. The Company remains committed to improving on this rating in 2022.

About Prudential Overall Supply

Family owned and operated since 1932, Prudential Overall Supply is dedicated to enhancing our customers’ image at the best dollar value. By providing premium quality work wear and safety uniforms, career apparel and casual wear, cleanroom garments and related services, Prudential can outfit entire organizations. This certified Clean Green, on-time, weekly service also addresses facility image and safety requirements by offering floor mats, wiping towels and facility products throughout the United States.

Release date: 01/18/2022

Contact: Jerry Martin, V.P. of Sales & Marketing (949) 250-4850 ext 275

By: Jerry Martin, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Prudential Overall Supply

About the author

Jerry Martin is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Prudential Overall Supply, a leading provider of workplace uniforms and personal protective equipment (PPE) to a wide range of industries and organizations. Currently a board member for the American Reusable Textile Association (ARTA) where he works on projects to further the benefits of reusable textiles versus disposable alternatives. Martin also contributes to the Textile Rental Service Association (TRSA) where he is a former chairman of the association's Marketing & PR committee and helped establish TRSA’s international standard for its Clean Green certification program.