98 percent of the people I rent to work at a refinery, they have to wear flame resistant (FR) clothing. All the FR clothing has tag or other mark on the shoulder that identifies it as such, and some custom embroidery on the chest identifying the employer. The most common brand of FR is Bulwark. The laborers wear a solid colored FR shirt. Management wears some sort of checkered or striped FR shirt. So I bought half a dozen striped Bulwark FR shirts and had "Paul's Palaces" and the Bulwark logo embroidered on the chest. I wear one 3-5 times a week. I bought some used solid ones on eBay and had those embroidered too. Once in a while a new tenant needs an FR shirt, and they ask me where they can get one. I give them one of my solid colored ones.
What do you do?
Some amazing next level marketing here. Great idea.
My guests are on vacation so it's a whole different thing. But we do give them free beer koozies that says "This Cabin Is Not For Sale" "But if you want one of your own call Avery" (She's my wife. She the queen of cabin sales). She does occasionally get a client that's a guest. In most cases they read our Airbnb profile and ask to look at properties while they're staying in one of ours. These clients usually end up buying more than one.
We also leave business cards on all of our kitchen counters with our website on them which is easy to remember. This way if they think about renting a cabin in 2 years they know how to find us. Also we know they'll enjoy they're vacation so much they'll tell everyone they know and the easy access website makes it easier for people who have no idea how airbnb works. Although the website is just a link to our airbnb business page.
Most people don't take the koozies. I think they think they're not supposed to. We could have bought 10 instead of 400. LOL.
"I wear one 3-5 times a week."
I am surprised you can get 5 days out of a shirt without changing it. Personally I sweat like a pig at a pork roast when I work.
I do not choose to ware a uniform now but I did when I was a employee. Free work cloths are always a plus. Make sure your employees do not do anything that reflects badly on your name. Don't want them hanging around children's play grounds with your shirt on.