QueueMaster – Assembled in the USA

The QueueMaster stanchion by Queue Solutions is one of the best economy stanchions out there right now. This product comes with all of the standard safety features that other leading  brands boast, including braking technology, locking belts, stainless steel construction, dent and scratch resistant materials, nylon belts, and rubber floor protectors. The QueueMaster, however, sets… Read More

Crowd Control is Top Concern for Euro 2012

It’s truly a shame that sporting events across the globe have now become associated with senseless violence and destruction. We’ve seen it happen in countless countries in almost every major sport, and chances are, it will be the same old story in Poland and the Ukraine at the Euro 2012 Soccer Championships. With recent terrorist… Read More

Leslie-Lohman Museum Opens in NYC

Last month, the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art received an official Museum Accreditation from the State of New York. Located in lower Manhattan, Leslie-Lohman will be the first museum focused solely on gay and lesbian art.   In the past, as gay and lesbian issues were commonly shoved under the rug, many museums… Read More

Sound Cannon Considered “Less-Than-Lethal Crowd Control Weapon”

The Sound Cannon is a type of Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) that is now being used by authorities in multiple cities at events across the country to disperse protesters in unwarranted areas. This machine has sparked significant controversy as the opposition has claimed it can cause permanent hearing loss, and in more severe cases,… Read More

Wallenda Walk Raises Crowd Control Concerns

Guinness World Record setter Nik Wallenda is the seventh generation of the legendary Great Wallendas, a German family of daredevils who won worldwide recognition through their sky high performances with circus greats like the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. His latest stunt – a tightrope walk across Niagara Falls – has recently been… Read More

LineLogic Celebrates International Museum Day

Today, May 18th, is International Museum day (IMD2012). Since 1977,  museums across the planet have participated in this truly remarkable event in order to increase public awareness of the role of these institutions in our developing society. The theme for this year is “Museums in a Changing World. New challenges, New inspirations,” and the celebration… Read More

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Economy Crowd Control from QueueWay

Unfortunately the term “economy brand” has somehow become synonymous with “cheap” in today’s consumer economy. While we can’t say this is untrue for every economy brand out there, we can certainly say it is not the case regarding the crowd control equipment manufactured by QueueWay. QueueWay offers retractable belt stanchions, classic rope posts, wall mounted… Read More

Why the Line Next to You is Not Moving Faster

You know when you’re in a supermarket or department store and you’re deciding which line to choose? It’s always the same sad story. You finally pick, then you switch, switch back, and then wish you’d stayed in the other line. Well, Bill Hammack, aka “the Engineer Guy,” advises shoppers to leave it up to the… Read More


Disney World – The Crowd Control Capital of the World

In an age where information is given to us faster than we can absorb it, our patience has grown thin. When we want something, we want it instantly, and if we have to wait, we better be occupied. That’s why crowd control and line management improvement should be a top priority for any business that… Read More