Nancy Jenkins

American Reusable Textile Association

Editor, Executive Director

Nancy Jenkins is editor and executive director of ARTA and resides in Lee’s Summit, Mo. She is also the principal of Jenkins Integrated Marketing, which provides marketing communication services to national, regional and local organizations.

ARTA 2018 Education Conference: Learning, Connecting, Engaging

OTTAWA, Ontario — Education conferences are great, but it takes time and...

Importance of LCAs: Now, in Future (Conclusion)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — We all know the numbers by heart—in the United...

Importance of LCAs: Now, in Future (Part 1)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — We all know the numbers by heart—in the United...

Infection Control Will Change Healthcare Laundry (Conclusion)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — It’s the “hot-button” issue of the decade—...

Infection Control Will Change Healthcare Laundry (Part 1)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — It’s the “hot-button” issue of the decade—...

Winning the Sale for Reusable Surgical Textiles (Conclusion)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — The benefits of reusable surgical gowns and...

Winning the Sale for Reusable Surgical Textiles (Part 1)

SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — The benefits of reusable surgical gowns and...

Healthcare Linen Imperative: Create Value, Appreciation for ‘Commoditized’ Product

MISSION, Kan. — It’s a miracle really. Each day, modern laundries receive...

Reversing the Disposables Trend (Part 3)

MISSION, Kan. — Since the 1960s, when disposable products first appeared...

Reversing the Disposables Trend (Part 2)

MISSION, Kan. — Since the 1960s, when disposable products first appeared...

Reversing the Disposables Trend (Part 1)

MISSION, Kan. — Since the 1960s, when disposable products first appeared...

What Hospitals Want from Their Laundry (Part 2 of 2)

FAIRWAY, Kan. — In an effort to shed light on what hospitals want from...

What Hospitals Want from Their Laundry (Part 1 of 2)

FAIRWAY, Kan. — “I want clean crisp linen that I would feel comfortable...

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