Gallery Crowd Control Posts Protect 1970 Pontiac GTO

The 1970 Pontiac GTO in the picture above belongs to Kevin Callahan, one of our recent clients. Mr. Callahan got in touch with us a few months back to inquire about some crowd control equipment for his display. As a requirement for most shows, the car owners must include some sort of barricade to separate… Read More

Red Carpet Grand Opening for the Circle Theatre

The Champion for Children Foundation is a United Way non-profit agency that manages gifts from private citizens to help create timely solutions for the problems facing youth in Highlands County, Florida. The restoration of the Circle Theatre in Sebring, FL, is one of the agency’s many ongoing initiatives. Once completed, the theatre will be used… Read More

The Oscar Awards: Crowd Control Breakdown

It’s not every day that celebrities and crowd control make it into the same article, or even the same conversation. It’s usually just once a year – the Oscar Awards. Although most articles you’ll read today will dissect the night’s highlights – who won what, wore what, and said what – we’re not here for… Read More

Hello Gorgeous Uses Posts & Ropes for Visit from Santa

Hello Gorgeous is the largest Salon & Spa in New Jersey, and it’s more than just a place to get your hair and nails done. Whether it’s runway shows, food drives, or visits from Santa, the staff at Hello Gorgeous is always busy with a special event. Last month, Natalie Foxhill, the Marketing & Promotions… Read More

Life-size Gingerbread House at Disney’s Grand Floridian

Every year during the holidays, guests at Walt Disney World flock to the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa to see the handmade, life-size gingerbread house that stands in the luxurious lobby of the hotel. The house stands 16 feet tall and takes over 840 hours of labor to create. It’s comprised of 5,000 gingerbread shingles,… Read More

Branded Viper Belts at Dealership in Austin, TX

Nyle Maxwell is a family of dealerships in Central Texas. At their Dodge Supercenter in Austin, there are two beautiful Vipers showcased on the floor. Though the cars are there for customers to enjoy, they also want to be sure that a certain distance is kept so the cars remain safe. When Trey Maxwell called us… Read More

Fresco Disaster in Spain Reveals the Importance of Art Protection

We’re almost sure that by today most of the world has seen the above image. It’s a famous fresco (a special technique of mural painting) called Ecce Homo (Behold the Man). The piece was originally created by a woman named Elias Garcia Martinez and has been in place for over a century in the Sanctuary… Read More

Customer Testimonial: Dukes of Hazzard Museum

The Dukes of Hazzard was a popular television series that aired for 6 years in the early 80s. The show followed Luke and Bo Duke, and their cousin Daisy, as they sought out trouble in the fictional Hazzard County. For those of you who were never acquainted with the Georgia family, we’re going to tell… Read More

Poker: Interactive Game or Spectator Sport?

Remember when poker was all the rage a few years ago? All of your buddies were playing online, or getting together to play at a friends house. You’d each throw in 10 bucks, and although only one would go home with more money, you’d all end the night a bit richer in good times. While… Read More