Concerts, parties, shows, seminars, and so on—all these are events that require strict admission have the need for the use of wristbands.
Posted by Wristband World on 7/11/2014
In addition to the by-now-familiar material choices such as plastic, vinyl, and silicone, the wristband industry can offer many new materials options as well. Some of these choices are designed with high security in mind. Other choices are designed for a certain niche market - for instance, hospital patients. Still others are designed for long-term durability. This short, helpful post will acquaint you with new options for wristband materials.
Posted by Michael on 5/25/2014
There are so many things that people complain about when it comes to wearing wristbands. It's itchy! It's tight! It doesn't go with my outfit! When you throw a party or event, you are constantly working on the details of the celebration and making sure everything is perfect from the band to the food, the last thing you want to hear about is how uncomfortable the wristband is! Avoid those annoying issues, here are a few things you may want to think about when searching for a wristband to pass out at your next gala:
Posted by Dean on 11/1/2013
Wristbands increase event security by distinguishing the people who are supposed to be there. The event organizer shows the customized wristbands to the security guard, who then knows that any person without the wristband should be questioned. Wristbands play an important role at paid events by marking those people who have paid the entrance fee.
Posted by Dean on 10/29/2013
Certain places or events allow exclusive access only to people who are considered a VIP guest. Before the event opens, a crowd gathers outside, eagerly waiting for that velvet rope, door or gate to open. To avoid problems, the event staff needs a way to quickly know who is allowed in and who is not. Colorful VIP wristbands are the perfect solution.
Posted by Dean on 10/22/2013
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