Another fun element at Las Vegas Ballpark® are the locally created “Eat Up and Drink Up” uniforms worn by all concessionaires. The fashion-forward uniforms are created in partnership by local businesswoman Barbara Bell of Bell Uniform Design and Sarah Camarota, Las Vegas-based restaurateur and official Hospitality Experience Curator for Las Vegas Ballpark.
According to Bell, the vision was to make an “un-uniform” uniform. “Our goal was to create a line of uniforms that people would want to wear outside of work,” stated Bell. “Something high-fashion, great quality that fits every body type.” And they did just that.
The women came up with a new culture that takes traditional uniforms and elevates them to the next level, creating eight different looks to dress up all food and beverage staff. And they didn’t skimp on accessories. Check out the bow ties, suspenders, fanny packs, visors with sequin appliques, sunglasses, custom aprons, athleisure sports dresses and more. The list goes on and on.
Bell’s tenure in the industry started over a decade ago. The third generation Nevadan set her creative sights high on the launch of Bell Uniform Design. Today, she employs ten female employees — many who are working moms. She boasts a client list that includes heavy hitters like Wynn, MGM Grand, Planet Hollywood, XS, Rio, TOPGOLF, T-Mobile Arena, Libertine Social, The Cosmopolitan and more. Her secret to success? “Everyone wears many hats. My employees are ingrained in every single project. From design, creation, execution and follow up, we go the extra mile to ensure it’s done right,” stated Bell.
A fan of Frosé and the signature ‘real men drink Frosé’ shirts? Yep. That’s another original from Bell and Camarota.
“This is the fifth project on which I’ve worked with Barbara,” stated Camarota. “She exudes class and her creative abilities are second-to-none. She was my go-to for this project and nailed it.”
Enjoy the game, Summerlin residents! And don’t forget to marvel at the fabulous array of staff uniforms on your next visit to the Ballpark.