Disney was faced with a difficult problem in the summer season of 2011- that the common belt post is not built to withstand the adverse conditions of a cruise ship on the open ocean. Tamis designed a powder coated reinforced belt stanchion, engineered to endure the harshest environmental conditions without sacrificing aesthetic appearance.
Any site that designates line space by using retractable belt stanchions now has the opportunity to turn the space between stanchions into valuable (and sellable) advertising and branding space. Sites can use Q-Banners to promote their own brand, or sell advertising to other organizations. Thus, Q-Banners can not only pay for themselves, but can also defray the costs of the retractable belt stanchions.
Barrier jackets, covers which fit over crowd control barriers, are commonly placed in very visible locations, resulting in numerous exposures for any logo appearing on the jackets. Outdoor banners, flag-type displays, are similarly placed in high-traffic areas for the express purpose of attracting exposure to a logo or message. In surveys, patrons frequently have high recall of brands and logos they have been exposed via items such as banners and barrier jackets at major public events.
The posts and retractable belts of line management stanchions can be customized to display the name or logo of a store, or of a sponsor. Belts can be printed to show off a colorful logo, name, or other worded message.
The Psychology of Line Management When gathered at events or commercial establishments, people generally expect that they may have wait in a line. Along with this acceptance, however, are the expectations that the line will be managed competently, and that patrons will be treated fairly. Line management is an established business practice and, to handle it properly, sites need not reinvent the wheel. There are established processes...
The Oakland Athletics are finishing their season in a stylish manner with their new Comcast Sportsnet jackets from The Tamis Corporation