Banco Popular signs $1.3 million local uniform contract

Oliver-Mendez, Ken
July 2002
Caribbean Business;7/11/2002, Vol. 30 Issue 28, p1
Reports on Banco Popular's signing of a $1.3 million dollar contract with Hato Rey, Puerto Rico-based Executive Collection and Western Fashions Inc. for the supply of uniforms to branch employees. Decision to contract the bank's uniform order to local firms; Role of the promotional effort of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Co. in the decision.


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