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Get Ready for Spring and Summer Drive-In Events

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The temperature is rising. Flowerings are blooming. Animals are getting more active. Nature is starting to come out of winter hibernation, and soon people will be emerging, too!

And when they do emerge, they’ll be looking for outdoor events and activities that are fun for families and groups, but also ones that are safe. Drive-in events are ideal solutions for businesses and organizations of all types to bring communities together and generate additional revenue, while maintaining safe social distances.

As your business starts planning Spring and Summer drive-in events, check out these resources for tips and advice on creating an engaging, innovative and responsible activity.

How Your Business Can Host Drive-In Events

We worked with hundreds of businesses and organizations in 2020 to host “drive-in” style events, helping them continue bringing their community together while maintaining a safe physical distance. These drive-in audio events let their members and customers maintain a sense of community and connection, without risking the health of themselves and their families.

Click the link below for ideas on other types of events and businesses that can benefit from drive-ins, and tips for running drive-ins at your venue.

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Drive-Ins: Not Just for Movies Anymore

Drive-ins were the hot trend last summer thanks to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing restrictions. And while the drive-in concept is certainly nothing new, we saw people and organizations get creative with their use of wireless audio streaming technology to provide safer entertainment options, bring communities together and support national and local talent. 

Click the link below to learn five creative uses of the drive-in concept for non-film entertainment.

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8 Summer Listening Ideas for Businesses Using Wireless Audio Streaming

Summer is almost here! And while it may not be the one you were anticipating for your business (again. sigh.) there are still plenty of ways to help your customers and guests enjoy the sun and the company of friends and family, and grow your business. 

Click the link below to learn 8 ideas for providing summer listening entertainment for your customers.

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How to Host a Drive-in Graduation Ceremony

Schools that wanted to raise the bar and create a ceremony worthy of the grads, while still maintaining a safe physical environment, opted to host “drive-in” style graduation ceremonies last year. For these drive-in graduations, the students and families parked in the school parking lot and remained in their cars while listening to the commencement speeches and grad names being announced via their smartphones or radios. With social distancing requirements still in place at schools around the world, this is still a great option for 2021 grads.

Click the link below to learn more about hosting a drive-in graduation ceremony.

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How to Host a Drive-In Wedding Ceremony

A massive wedding with hundreds of guests may not be an option this year, but you can still celebrate in person with friends and family. Hosting a drive-in wedding ceremony will allow your loved ones to gather from a safe physical distance.

Click the link below to learn more about hosting a drive-in wedding ceremony.

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If you’re interested in hosting any type of drive-in event, we can help with your audio sound system! If you’d like to broadcast audio to car radios, we’ve got you covered with our FM Transmitter.

If you’re looking for a more innovative and modern solution, our AudioFetch wireless audio streaming products broadcast audio to listener’s smartphones for an efficient, affordable and innovative drive-in event! Contact us today

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New Technology for a New Normal

By | Churches, Education, Fitness Centers, Hearing Assistance, Restaurants, Sports Bars, Tour Guides, Translation | No Comments

We’re all eager to return to some semblance of normalcy in our daily and public lives. Yet, with new more contagious and more deadly variants of COVID-19 spreading across the globe, that possibility keeps getting further and further away. And even when the world does get a handle on this pandemic, and public businesses and events can resume at full capacity, it won’t be what we all consider “normal” for a long time

In this new normal, people will be extremely cautious when it comes to patronizing businesses or attending public events. We’ve gotten used to the regulations. They not only provide safety from a physical standpoint–wearing masks and standing farther apart makes it more difficult for disease-carrying saliva droplets to land on others–they also provide emotional safety by making us feel safer and protected from the things we can’t fully control. Once the pandemic is controlled, the physical aspects go away quickly, but the emotional ones will stick around for a long while.

Even if businesses do open back up at full capacity and all regulations are lifted this year, it’s wise to continue providing safety measures for your customers and guests, allowing them to feel more comfortable and confident at your establishment. 

Our audio over WiFi streaming solutions can help your business provide these safety measures now, and in a post-pandemic world. Following are three ways our technology can help in the new normal. 

Continued Social Distancing 

Our wireless tour guide system lets tour guides broadcast their voice to anyone within 300 feet in any direction. This allows for ample distance between tour group attendees, and provides your business with a responsible and marketable advantage. 

At restaurants and sports bars, AudioFetch allows you to broadcast audio from muted TVs to your customers’ smartphones and tablets. No need to gather around a single TV to hear the audio, or even have tables grouped nearby. Customers can hear the TV audio anywhere in the building or patio seating by using the free AudioFetch app. This allows everyone to maintain a safe, comfortable distance from others, while enjoying the entertainment, the food and drinks, and the community experience. 

Less Shared Equipment

Even pre-pandemic, hearing assistive devices and transmitters were always a pain to keep clean. Post-pandemic, customers and guests will be less willing to use a shared device. At best, this creates a less enjoyable experience; at worst, they’ll look for another venue that is more welcoming and accommodating. 

AudioFetch solves this problem. Since listeners use their own smartphone and headphones to hear the audio, you don’t need to provide (or maintain!) any additional devices. AudioFetch is ideal as an assistive listening system for churches, theaters, and schools and educational facilities, or as a translation streaming solution. Tour groups also benefit from replacing their shared hearing devices with their attendees’ smartphones and the AudioFetch app.

Fewer Surfaces to Touch

For fitness centers and gyms, instead of using entertainment screens attached to cardio machines or allowing anyone to control shared TVs or sound systems, members use their own smartphones to listen to TV audio or music throughout the club. This reduces the number of surfaces that members come into contact with at the club. It also limits the amount of equipment that must be disinfected by your staff throughout the day. 

In addition to tour groups, sports bars, churches, theaters, schools and fitness centers, AudioFetch can benefit numerous other types of businesses and organizations that want to help their guests hear better and feel safer. Call us today at 1-844-443-3824 or schedule a meeting to discuss how your business can use new technology for a new normal.