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I agree about the color but for a different reason. Ever seen a black car come out of the car wash? Two blocks down the road it looks like it never had a wash job. You could put on a new clean t-shirt, or sweatshirt in the morning but by your second call you'll look like you've been wearing it for a week. One plumber I know has his service crews wear button front shirts with their name and the company logo on it. When they show up at a customers home they always look fresh and clean. Before they start working, they remove the button front shirt and work in a company logoed t-shirt. When they finish the job, the clean shirt goes back on so they look spic and spam when they get to the next customer. Makes for a very good visual impression.
Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian."
------- Henry Ford
Only saw layout for sweatshirts. Not sure about red/black. Anything that subliminally references hell may not go over well. Maybe burgundy? /
I don't like to tell anyone what to where but I was kind thinking like you, black is what the bad boy's ware. I kind of get nervous around people who where black. I played in a country band back in the outlaw country band days and we all wore black to make us look like we were fresh from jail or was ready to go. nobody ever mistook us for preachers.