Our Tacoma Rose Society Apparel
Show your colors while working in our legendary group.
We have several choices. Each one declares that you’re “Crazy About Roses” in a good way . . .
Show your TRS colors with Quality Apparel
By boosting our group identity informally with bright colors and logos, we can show that we are a group of substance with long-term values – not another loose group of volunteers thrown together quickly for one high-profile event.
Why Wear TRS Apparel ?
By building our group identity, we can show that we are a real group with long-term values, not another loose group of volunteers thrown together quickly. Here is more about why using apparel can help us grow.
1. Creates a Memorable Impression
Although we aren’t a service or retail-based operation, we have “company apparel”, like t-shirts, or other types of attire that our volunteers and supporters may be interested in wearing. TRS apparel presents one of the greatest opportunities to develop our group identity in this new age of competition for volunteers.
2. Increases Identity Recognition
Not only have we been showing off our TRS logo on t-shirts, caps, and jackets, but we can also keep using the apparel as an opportunity to define our style and really stand out. The result is that the attire becomes very much a part of our group identity as a whole.
3. Logo Apparel Provides a Professional Look
Our team has done well sticking to specific colors and keeping text the same font size and type on every piece of clothing. It has made our volunteers more easily associated with TRS as a professional service group while they’re out in the community.
4. Each Piece is Convenient, Low-Cost Marketing
Volunteers—including their extended family—want to be associated with something special. They want to feel included and be a part of something meaningful and larger than themselves. Community is a vital part of human existence – especially now during Covid-19 – and a unified identity is a part of what makes us into a true community rather than just another loose group of volunteers.
5. We Can Dress For The Occasion
How we present ourselves is key to making a positive first impression. We could have the most articulate recruiting pitch in the world, but if we’re wearing yoga pants and a beat-up T-shirt, we may not have the impact that we would hope. We have focused for years on choosing attire that is both comfortable and appropriate for different parts of our volunteer work.