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Public venues have always had a need to contain crowds in a systematic manner, for the safety of those crowds as well as others such as politicians, leaders of industry, and celebrities.  In light of how the world has changed in the past decade, however, this need has become even more critical.  Wherever crowds gather — on line to see a film or a concert, take in a play, waiting to make a purchase at a retail emporium, or queing up at the airport in preparation for security screenings — it is imperative to create lines of demarcation that define the areas in which patrons can and cannot venture.  That’s why the right crowd control products are essential.


Stanchions are key elements in crowd control.  Seen often in theaters and airports, these familiar products consist of easily portable posts several feet high, linked together with materials such as retractable nylon belts or velvet rope.   If desired, customers can have the name of their company, theater, or even featured production/event printed on the belts.  Additionally, clear, unmistakable signs are also available to post beside the stanchions, so as to guide patrons as to where they must enter the line.


Barriers are for bigger security jobs.  These include containing the masses at major parades, motorcades or other appearances by noted politicians, and various gatherings that attract large crowds.  Barriers are also useful for deterring visitors from entering certain areas of commercial, industrial, or other facilities, such as those under construction, wet flooring, or sections that house valuable goods or sensitive data.  Expandable and traditional fence-type barriers do the trick, as do traffic cones, pipe and drain walls, and even more sturdy, well-tested products, as offered by camelbackdisplays.com.

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