With the Covid-19 virus impacting a wide range of industries, one sector that has been especially hard hit is restaurants and their employees.

Upon learning of the Restaurant Strong Fund, a collaboration between The Greg Hill Foundation and Samuel Adams that helps restaurant workers impacted by the Covid-19 closures, Imperial Promotions, a custom embroidery and screen printing company based in Boston, MA, was inspired to help the cause, according to the company’s President, Eric Grande.

Grande asked the designers at Imperial Promotions to come up with cap that paid homage to the industry. The result is a cap, which is highlighted by a symbol of appreciation and love for restaurant employees. For every cap sold, Imperial Promotions will donate $10 to the Restaurant Strong Fund.

The cap, available in white, pink, and black can be purchased at ImperialPromotions.com. There are discounts for volume purchases and shipping is free.

“The restaurant/hospitality industry has been a prominent customer segment for Imperial Promotions since our founding in 1959,” said Grande. “It’s heartbreaking to see so many of our clients and the industry in general experience the devasting impact of having to pretty much shutdown. Between mass layoffs and reduced hours, restaurant employees are under enormous stress,” added Grande.

According to The Restaurant Strong website, there are more than 1 million restaurants in the U.S., home to more than 15 million employees nationwide who are especially vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19 closures.
About Imperial Promotions
Since 1959 Imperial Promotions has been helping businesses and organizations place their logo and branding on the right product for the right price – delivered on time. The company serves customers throughout the United States and Canada. Imperial Promotions offers embroidery and screen printing services, apparel from the leading brands, and a wide selection of personalized promotional products, For additional information, visit http://www.imperialpromotions.com.