Chef Works, the global leader in culinary and hospitality apparel, is thrilled to be returning to the National Restaurant Association Show for the 23rd-consecutive year.
Chef Works, still riding the success of launching nearly 250 new products last year, continues to be at the vanguard of fashion and function.
“The NRA Show is the world’s premier gathering within the restaurant industry and Chef Works has been proud to serve that industry for decades,” said Chef Works’ CEO Neil Gross. “This year’s show provides us with the opportunity to collaborate with old friends and show our new ones why we’re the apparel provider of choice.”
Chef Works, which enjoys unrivaled distribution in more than 70 countries, specializes in chef coats, aprons, shirts, pants and accessories for the entire back of the house, waitstaff and various other roles throughout the hospitality industry. Fashion-forward designs and unflinching customer service are the bedrock principles upon which Chef Works was built.
“More than ever, chefs and restaurateurs are telling a story with their food,” said Chef Works’ Vice President of Marketing, Amanda Stuckey. “So finding the right look that matches that story and complements their brand can be as critical as deciding on the menu and décor. We want to take the guess work out of it by offering hundreds of combinations and styles that are interchangeable, functional and still match a price point.”
Among the products Chef Works will be highlighting this year are the The Berkeley Apron, The Indy Hipster Apron, the Havana Shirt and an extensive collection of chef coats that range from classic to executive.
Chef Works will be located at Booth 1113 in the South Hall. For more information, visit http://www.chefworks.com
About Chef Works: Chef Works is the global leader in culinary and hospitality apparel with unrivaled distribution in more than 70 countries. With an emphasis on fashion and function, Chef Works dresses the back of the house and waitstaff for a diverse range of customers including: International hotel chains, award-winning restaurants and bars, culinary schools, food service companies, laundries, assisted living facilities and upscale cinemas. The family-owned-and-operated business has helped pave the way for the culinary uniform movement by working directly with celebrity chefs and hospitality influencers to develop innovative, fashion-forward garments.