Prestige Maintenance USA provides janitorial and facility maintenance services to Fortune 500 companies in over 40 states. With more than 2000 workers working across the United States, it is essential to Prestige to ensure employees have appropriate uniforms. Consistent product quality and availability are critical in a business where hiring 300 new employees in a two-week time frame is a common practice. After a competitive bidding process, Prestige was excited to award their employee uniform business to Aztec Promotional Group, a woman-owned Business led by CEO Patti Winstanley. The initial deal was valued at over $100,000 and is expected to grow to support Prestige's future growth. Aztec was able to meet Prestige's product, service, quality and value requirements, and worked to make the transition to a new uniform provider seamless.

"Patti Winstanley and Aztec Promotional Group has been an exceptional partner for Prestige. Their professionalism and expertise have been instrumental in expanding our product line to include manager shirts and front-line employee uniforms.  Aztec’s responsiveness and competitive pricing were key to winning the bid over regional and national competitors." - Rachel Sanchez, CEO of Prestige Maintenance USA

As a certified Women’s Business Enterprise, Prestige Maintenance USA is very active in the diverse supplier community. At PMUSA, supplier diversity is a strategic initiative and a vital part of the community stewardship platform. The company has spent nearly $3 million with more than 20 certified diverse-owned businesses all over the country. This includes businesses owned by minorities, women, and veterans. 

Patti Winstanley, President of Aztec Promotional Group and Rachel Sanchez, CEO of Prestige Maintenance USA were presented the Women Working Together Award at the 2018 Business Works Expo. This award recognizes an outstanding Done Deal between WBE members and showcases the story behind it. 

2018 Women Working Together Award Winners