Textile manufacturer donates a charity saved a model budget and invites readers to join an under the motto we make favorite clothes we wear favorite underwear “rise on November 26, 2009 numerous designers, suppliers, Logistics Manager and Comazo shipping employees from the costume or the jeans into their favorite pieces of Comazo underwear collection. It is the second photo shoot, which transposes the textile company with own employees. The unusual lingerie models will be from December 2009 ad tracks, posters and point-of-sales materials in whole Germany. The cost saving Comazo professional underwear model, will be donated to a charity. With this approach, it is not save us the cost, but to show inclusiveness all belong at Comazo. Employees, business partners and our ecological and social responsibility also everyone in the global environment of our company. And there are many people who are in trouble, and in their life savings makes a major difference. That’s why the saved model budget moves to a charity”, so Dr.
Christoph Maier, CEO of Comazo. Join the staff not only may this time. Comazo invites interested readers to sign until November 23 by E-Mail when the PR Manager Yasmin Kozuha under. The most creative candidate can then on November 26 all day long at the shoot this is even professional make-up and of course also photographed. “The motto here there are no too small, too big, too big or too thin” had the lingerie manufacturer already realized a first big photo shoot in early 2009 with its own employees. On the occasion of the 125th anniversary, then 35 people aged from 20 to almost 80 years down to their underwear retreated and were photographed in a variety of positions. The best motive was to see all over southern Germany on large posters.
In 1884 based user Comazo Family business comazo has its headquarters in Albstadt and offices in Croatia, Russia and Romania. Worldwide, the company has 600 employees, of which in Germany 170 comazo operates 26 own manufacturer sales in southern Germany. The production is in-house as a full stage with knitting, equipment, to tailoring, sewing, packaging and shipping. The production volume is approximately 55,000 garments per day. The Executive Board is subject to Dr. Christoph Maier and Michael Nadele.