Gempler's Personalization Service Launches New Workwear from Top Brands

Gempler’s has expanded its offering of top-branded workwear available for embroidery or heat-press personalization services. The addition of new brands and styles from Columbia, Under Armour, Carhartt, Dickies, Wrangler and more means outdoor professionals can now personalize the performance and advanced-technology workwear they need to get the job done in any weather condition.

Janesville, WI, November 17, 2019 --( The launch is in response to customer requests for personalized workwear that meets their needs for performance, durability and comfort when their work requires them to be outdoors in any season.

"These brands take personalized workwear to a whole new level. Customers no longer have to buy garments from one place and go somewhere else to personalize them. They can get the best brands and newest styles plus have them personalized right here at Gempler’s," says Sean Johnson, Gempler’s Business Development and Inventory.

Adding logos, images and custom text to workwear is a great way to look more professional, boost employee morale, and leave a lasting impression with current and potential customers. The personalization technicians at Gempler's can use an existing logo, or even create one using their extensive library of 300-plus stock images related to landscaping, farming and heavy equipment. Gempler's has the ability to personalize T-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, safety vests, jackets, coveralls, aprons, hats and more. Hundreds of these items are part of the company's vast product offering for outdoor professionals.

Gempler's has been providing personalization services for outdoor professionals and a variety of industries, including landscaping and lawn care companies, nurseries and greenhouses, golf course maintenance crews, construction companies, government agencies as well as the agriculture sector. Learn more about Gempler's in-house personalization services at

Gempler’s, an independent business based outside of Madison, WI, celebrates its 80th birthday this year.
Kimberly Zuelsdorf