A company based in the Tri-State is getting national recognition for the second year in a row.
Corporation, the largest uniform supplier in North America, was ranked number one on the list of 'Best Service
Companies to Sell For Now', by Selling Power Magazine.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Cintas employs 30,000 people at more than 420 facilities. It offers several products and
services to help businesses operate more effectively, including document management, first aid, restroom and carpet cleaning, and more.
Cintas, we call our employees 'partners' and are absolutely committed to
investing in our sales partners and positioning them for success," said
Todd Schneider, Sr. Vice President of Sales for Cintas Corporation. "All
the credit for this honor goes to our outstanding sales partners. Their dedication
to creating customers who are raving fans of Cintas creates a great work
Selling Power Magazine based their rankings on surveys sent to organizations with large sales departments, as well as independent research.
Cintas Corporation Headquarters is located on Cintas Blvd in Mason.
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