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In 1942, J. Howard Miller illustrated a picture of “Rosie the Riveter,” a bandana-clad factory worker flexing her muscles for all the world to see. Above her head, he placed the phrase “We Can Do It!” A piece of wartime propaganda, Rosie soon became a symbol of working women across the country. Today’s Rosie the Riveters work in nearly every industry and pursue nearly every career under the sun. As part of our commitment to the nation’s labor force, Prudential Overall Supply would like to honor the working women of the past and toast the working women of today. To view our women's workwear at Prudential Overall Supply, please visit https://www.prudentialuniforms.com/services/uniforms-and-apparel/industrial-shirts/womens-industrial-work-shirt/

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