|By PR.com Newswire||
|July 1, 2014 09:00 AM EDT||
Florence, AL, July 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- PerformanceScrubs.com, a Performance HealthCare Products company, today announced a partnership with the University of North Alabama (UNA) College of Nursing to provide them with another option for nursing apparel for their students.
Through this cooperative effort, the University of North Alabama’s College of Nursing will work closely with PerformanceScrubs.com to provide innovative nursing uniforms to the faculty and the students attending the nursing program.
“We are excited about the possibility of the benefits to be achieved through partnering with PerformanceScrubs.com. The product they have developed represents forward thinking for our student nursing and faculty apparel for its professional look, comfort, ease of care and flexibility of design,” states Dr. Birdie Bailey, Dean of the College of Nursing.
“We could not be more excited about this new relationship with UNA, especially with the recent announcement of our new manufacturing facility in Florence, Alabama. Our scrubs are American-Made, right here in Alabama, so our partnership with UNA is a perfect fit for our company,” says J. Kirby Best, CEO, PerformanceScrubs.com.
PerformanceScrubs.com are 100% American-Made using a high-tech moisture wicking material. The scrubs are wrinkle resistant, stain resistant, and fade resistant, and will keep that new look through dozens of washings. You custom design your own scrubs choosing color, style, pocket positions, size, and trim. You can mix and match colors, trims and ribbons to create literally thousands of looks – 2.4 million to be exact.
About Performance HealthCare Products, Inc.
Based in Nashville, TN, Performance HealthCare Products, Inc. specializes in designing, manufacturing and distributing technologically advanced healthcare scrubs/uniforms and sleepwear created to provide both comfort and function. Founded by CEO J. Kirby Best, PHCP maintains a manufacturing facility in Florence, Alabama and utilizes only American made materials in their products. Companies include: PerformanceScrubs.com, PerformanceSleepwear.com, PerformanceSoaring.com, Performance Systems USA and OnPoint Manufacturing.
Media requests may be directed to Performance HealthCare Products Inc. Director of Marketing Christopher Taylor at 615-900-9022 or via email at [email protected].
Performance HealthCare Products Inc.
Christopher Taylor, (615) 900-9022
Director of Marketing
J. Kirby Best, (615) 330-2407
President and CEO
University of North Alabama
Contact: Bryan Rachal
Phone: (256) 765-4392
Cell: (256) 483-9392
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