Popular country clothing brand RB Sellars has again outfitted the board members, office staff, volunteers and outdoor crew at the Henty Machinery Field Days.
The Australian-owned clothing company, known in regional areas for its quality workwear, has provided a mix of shirts, polo shirts, vests, jumpers, trousers and jeans with the familiar HMFD logo on one lapel and RB Sellars badge on the other.
RB Sellars staff will also set up a stall at the field days at site A10-13, stocked with the popular work wear and casual wear range.
The 2015 range includes durable workwear, heavy-duty work jumpers, denim and moleskin jeans, utility trousers and work shorts, plus samples and clearance items.
Founder and owner Richard Sellars said Henty was his first choice for the company’s foray back into field days due to is location and reputation.
Established in 1996, the family-owned business has expanded from a modest range of workwear into casual wear for men, women and children.
RB Sellars has established retail outlets in Wagga and Albury.
“Our brand continues to be inspired by customer feedback and our garments are designed to endure the tough Australian country lifestyle,’’ Mr Sellars said.
“We’re proud that all of our garments are designed in-house and made with premium fabrics, ensuring our customers receive outstanding quality at exceptional value.
“We are committed to remaining affordable without compromising quality, and determined to continue to provide personal service that is as impressive as our garments.
“We’re inspired by our loyal customers in the bush, life on the land and all the great stories that are part and parcel of country life.
“Our range is designed in-house to be practical and durable, and made with premium quality fabrics.’’