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About A-1
Founded in 1989, A-1 recognized the need in the Special Events industry to provide quality linens at lower prices. A-1 was the first company to both Rent and Sell linen nationwide. Currently, we service every state in the U.S. along with many international venues and businesses. We have developed efficient methods of getting linens to our customer at the lowest prices in the industry within the short lead time that the special events industry has grown accustomed to.

We carry more than 35 fabrics in our inventory. From the traditional Solid Polyester cloths to lustrous taffetas, we provide everything from standard to ravishing items. We currently boast over 500 color combinations in our fabrics.

At A-1, we manufacture our items at our state of the art, 50,000 sq. ft. facility in New Jersey. This enables us to provide our standard tablecloth, napkins, skirts, chair cover, drapes, and seat cushion cover as well custom items made to your specifications. Whether it’s an over-sized chair, an odd sized table, or a curtain for a backdrop, we can cut and sew it for you. We can even source a fabric you have in mind to cut and sew into any size of your choice.

From 1 cloth to 5,000 chair covers, A-1 can handle your requirements. Items include tablecloths, napkins, skirts, chair covers/sashes and seat cushion covers.

We know your customers are fussy, so we treat our rental inventory as you treat yours – we keep the clean and discard the unacceptable.

Our rental period consists of a 7 day time period giving you ample time to receive your goods prior to your event setup.

We provide the service you can count on. We deliver what you want, when you need it, even overnight if requested. If you didn’t get it from A-1, you paid too much.

A-1 is Green
We make a continuous effort to reduce our carbon footprint. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing and laundry facility is run completely on solar panels. We recycle all of our corrugated and office paper. We recycle or reuse all of our linen scraps and often donate them to charities and companies in need.