14th of May 2014 Author: Glo Wood
Let's talk about land based bingo and our impressions of them, specifically the appearance of the employees. Often times while playing bingo in an American bingo hall, staff dons their favorite t-shirt and jeans which doesn't give the best impression nor distinguish them from the rest of the player. Now, visit a bingo club in the UK and it's an entirely different world. The general staff wears a uniform while management and bingo callers can often be found in suits. I have experienced both and I must say that I prefer the way the employees dress in the UK bingo halls. I really feel like bingo is serious business and care is taken to provide a good experience to players.
This is strictly a matter of opinion since casual dress could be seen as providing a more casual environment.
Speaking of uniforms, there has been some talk of a change in the Gala Bingo uniforms that we can expect to see in the future. Jermyn Street Design Of London (JSD) is responsible for the new look which you'll notice around the 135 clubs and 5,000 employees throughout the UK featuring colors of blue and yellow associated with Gala Bingo and purple for its sister Genesis.
Many of us are conscious of what we wear and dress according to the weather and the situation while others never glance in the mirror before they leave the house but often times we are judged on appearance so the question is, do clothes really make the bingo club?
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