Its Summertime and Covid-19 restrictions have slowly subsided, allowing indoor services to resume almost everywhere in the county. But you’re a business owner and you’re stuck wondering what to do with your tents?! Well, we are here to give you some insight on why Instent tents are the best in the industry and the many different ways you can use any tent post-pandemic!
But first! We want to be sure you know the value of our Instent tents, so we are here to give you a breakdown! Our tents are made of commercial grade materials that are durable and meant to provide long-term usage for many events to come. The tent’s fabric is ideal for outdoor use as its PU coating provides protection against the wind, water, and UV rays, not to mention its fire retardant for safety measures. In addition, the tent size variation makes it easy to select a tent depending on your event space availability and expected attendee’s headcount. Lastly, all of our tents are tool-free and easy to set up and transport.
Tents are so versatile and can be used almost anywhere, so we are here to provide your business some guidance on the various ways you can use your tent after the pandemic, see for yourself:
Hospitals & Health Industry
The Health industry used tents for proper screenings and medical treatment during the pandemic, check out these other alternative options
that will ensure you make good use of your tents:
Events – Tents can be used for company event meetings, parties, training, conferences, and health fairs.
Mobile Clinics – Host blood drives and medical examinations at public events.
Disaster Preparedness – It’s always a good idea to stay prepared for any emergency and tents are great options for providing shelter and storage space.
Government & School Systems
Many government and school buildings converted their free space into screening and medical treatment sites and now those tents can also be used for the following events and functions:
Elections & Voter Registration – Tents can be used to hold outdoor elections and voter registration, granting more space, which can help speed up the process.
School Events – Outdoor award ceremonies, conferences, and even summer school are good options for tents in an academic setting.
Community Functions – Tents can be used for community meetings, functions, workshops, and community service events.
Food Service Industry & Restaurants
Restaurants and Food Companies made great use of their tents during the pandemic resulting in new ways of offering food service, here are a few examples:
Food Tastings – Use your tent to host a food tasting event that will allow you the space to service more current customers and bring in new customers.
Food Trucks – Tents can be an added piece to mobile food trucks, which provide open space for setting additional food items or space for customer seating.
Catering – When catering, tents can be used to provide shade over the serving and cooking stations.
Retail companies and businesses had to opt for outdoor showrooms and displays to bring in more customers, here are a few more options to make good use of your tents: