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From Our Inbox: Delivering Remarkable Experience to VF Corporation

September 11, 2016 Topics: Announcements, News

Sedlak has built a long-standing relationship with VF Corporation, a leader in branded lifestyle apparel and footwear, that includes over 25 strategic and facility planning efforts across multiple business units since 1993. So we were especially pleased to find this recent email in our inbox:

“So pleased to see 'Delivering Remarkable Experience' as your new tag line. Had I had a multiple choice question, 'Which company best matches this experience?' there would have been no hesitation. That describes my experience to a T. I could not DREAM of anything I would have asked to be different, if we had to do it over again.”

“Great Job, Sedlak. Expect a high standard, and watch Sedlak exceed those expectations!”

Tony King
Plant Engineer, VF Corporation

Thanks for the kind words, Tony! And we look forward to continuing to Deliver Remarkable Experience to VF for many years to come.

Read a recent VF case study here.

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