Mobile shoe stores make workplace safety convenientSeptember 11, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Mister Safety Shoes understands that convenience is very important to its busy customers. Though the leading supplier of safety shoes has 16 retail locations across Ontario and Alberta — with more opening each year — it wants to make shopping as easy as possible for its customers by bringing its wide selection of safety shoes and boots directly to them.
The Mister Safety Shoes Mobile Store Program was first implemented more than 40 years ago. A very successful program, it allows customers to schedule a visit from one of the company’s bright red “shoemobiles”, which will go directly to the job site or office, bringing with it trained experts, and more than 100 styles of safety shoes and boots in major brands and common sizes.
The clean, modern and fully stocked mobile stores can be scheduled to visit companies in most parts of Ontario. The driver is a safety footwear expert, trained to ensure proper fit and recommend the most appropriate footwear for the application.
The mobile stores are an extension of the company’s growing chain of retail stores. This is where customers go for the widest selection of brands, styles and sizes. The in-store experts can help customers determine the proper shoe or boot that satisfies their required industry standards and safety certifications. The in-store experts are also able to access the customer’s eTrac Managed Footwear portal to check the company’s policy and safety requirements, confirm purchase eligibility, and process a paperless transaction. The always-open online store is another easy way to shop.
Safety shouldn’t be an inconvenience for companies. It is the goal of Mister Safety Shoes to make it easy, and remove all obstacles to safety for workers and employers. The Mobile Store Program is just one way the company makes safety easy.
Contact Mister Safety Shoes to schedule a visit from one of the company’s mobile stores.