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What Stinks? Cintas Offers Tips for Combating Summer Odors

Recent record temperatures have made restaurants a haven for people dodging the heat. However, higher temperatures can mean more than just oppressive heat and humidity—they can also create malodors, particularly in restaurants.

To help restaurant owners and operators combat odors before they become a problem, Cintas, a leading provider of cleaning and sanitation solutions for foodservice, today announced the top 10 sources of offensive summer scents. 

Cintas Foodservice Director Joins NFSI Board

Cintas Corporation today announced the appointment of David Collette to the National Floor Safety Institutes’ (NFSI) Board of Directors. As the Director of Foodservice Marketing and Strategy for Cintas, Collette brings extensive experience to the NFSI board and will contribute to its mission of preventing slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

“No one ever thinks a slip and fall accident will happen until it’s too late,” Collette says.

Cintas Shares Five Easy Tips to Reduce Landfill Waste

A typical restaurant generates more than 100,000 pounds of garbage per location each year—more than any other retail business, according to the Green Restaurant Association. To help quick service restaurant operators improve the sustainability of their operations on Earth Day, Cintas Corporation has identified five steps to eliminate waste through source reduction efforts.

“The Environmental Protection Agency estimates Americans throw away approximately 250 million tons of trash every year,” says Ann Nickolas, Senior Director of Foodservice, Cintas.

Cintas Launches "Team with the White Truck" Campaign

Cintas Corporation recently launched the “Team with the White Truck” marketing campaign, highlighting the numerous products and services that Cintas provides to more than 900,000 businesses throughout North America.

Cintas delivers its products and services to customers on a daily, weekly or monthly basis through its fleet of more than 10,000 vehicles, making it one of the 10 largest fleets in the United States.

Cintas Gives Tips to Prevent Slips and Falls

To help restaurants prevent injuries and reduce liability, Cintas Corporation today issued a list of best practices for reducing slip and fall accidents.

Presented in their recent slip and fall prevention webinar, these practices are also recommended to assist foodservice operators as they prepare for upcoming standards expected to be released by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in 2012.  

Cintas Hosts Slips, Trips, and Falls Webinar

Industry experts from the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) and the insurance industry will provide attendees with critical information on recent developments in slips, trips, and falls standards, how and when standards will impact their business, and what organizations can do to limit their exposure to expensive lawsuits.

“NFSI research shows that for every dollar spent on floorcare programs, foodservice operators will spend three times more on slip and fall accidents,” says David Collette, Director of Foodservice Marketing, Cintas.