Did you know that most Americans now live within 10 miles of a craft brewery? It’s true. The beer industry has skyrocketed over the past 5 to 10 years and as the competition has risen, so has the need for breweries to differentiate themselves. That means creating beers that people want to drink but also creating a brewery experience that keeps people coming back. In this post, we look at various brewery displays that you can use to build a better brewery experience.
With COVID-19 restrictions behind us and travel booming, Uber and Lyft rides have risen back to 2019 levels. In fact, monthly active users on Uber’s apps surged 14 percent and revenue from the rideshare segment rose 73 percent in the third quarter.
Yet even as travelers return to rideshares’ convenience, many expect safety precautions to be kept in place—not just to prevent the spread of Covid (and other airborne illnesses), but also for their own privacy. And of course, rideshare companies are also concerned with the well-being of their drivers. The result: Rideshare services continue to use the car sneeze guards and driver partitions that were put up during the pandemic.
That time of year that college basketball fans wait for is upon us: March Madness®. The NCAA tournament, which usually begins in mid-March, brings out legions of fans rooting for their favorite team. Each year 60 million Americans watch the games, most often at the local bar, decked out in their team’s gear. That means there is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses—restaurants, bars, sporting goods stores, and more—to boost their profit margins during this time. Of course, it’s important to make your location appealing to customers. Keeping merchandise organized and patrons safe from overcrowding are key elements, and shopPOPdisplays has the retail displays to help business owners achieve both goals.
While restaurants saw sales plummet during the height of the pandemic, Americans proved how much they were looking forward to dining out again once vaccination rates rose and positive COVID cases started to fall. By July 2021, OpenTable reported that reservations had returned to normal after plunging by two-thirds during the pandemic.
Acrylic is a favored material throughout many industries for its incredible durability, high transparency, and ease of maintenance. An anti-glare, scratch-resistant alternative to glass, acrylic also proves to have a smaller environmental impact – it requires less energy to produce, weighs less during transportation and can be re-used more often. However, when trying to determine if acrylic is recyclable, the answer is a little more complicated.
How Plexiglass Table Dividers Protect Employees & Customers
With the holiday season in full swing, stores are busier and more crowded than ever. While more people are out shopping in stores this year compared to 2020, the pandemic remains an ongoing challenge as new variants arise leaving already struggling retailers to hire seasonal employees willing to work in congested public settings. According to the New York Times, “The emergence of the new variant was the latest hurdle for retailers who have been anticipating a holiday shopping season that is sure to be much more physically present than 2020, but not as carefree as it was prepandemic.” With the masses craving the traditional holiday shopping experience with a new set of safety concerns, it leaves retailers everywhere to elevate their store plans to allay concerns and increase consumer shopping comfort by implementing some essential plexiglass display must-haves!
Over the course of the last two years, how our world operates has completely transformed due to the outbreak of an international pandemic. From shopping and eating out to schools and office environments, we all have had to take severe precautions when it comes to safety in numbers and adjusting to a new normal. Living through a pandemic, though not easy, did teach us valuable lessons on just how important it is to be clean – good hygiene and be aware of our personal space so we do not infringe our germs on those who surround us. For public businesses and other institutions to continue, it is imperative that owners restructure their spaces to make everyone involved feel safe—which is exactly why plexiglass dividers are here to stay.
The first day of school is a rite of passage experienced across generations, bringing to mind memories shared of backpacks loosely fitting on narrow shoulders, painful new shoes that need breaking in, a friend made on that first day, the bell and announcements, and the fear of starting out into the wide, wide world all on one’s own.
As employees return to the office, health and safety have become a top priority, specifically when it comes to colds and viruses. Unfortunately, if you’ve ever worked in an office, you know they have their fair share of germ zones—doorknobs, water cooler buttons, the coffee maker handle; it’s a list that seems to have grown longer with a pandemic. The good news is, alongside upgraded sanitization practices, office sneeze guards are a great way to minimize the spread of germs and viruses.
Maintaining six feet of distance from others can be challenging in certain situations. Classrooms, especially in schools with large populations, are one such example.