As the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” orders around the country begin to lift, businesses will need to make ongoing adjustments to help keep customers and workers safe, while also meeting any ever-changing mandates or guidelines.
iMBranded, a Pontiac, Michigan-based provider of millwork and customizable graphics for multiple industries, has developed a line of products designed to help with evolving social distancing guidelines, called “Safely6ft.”
On the www.safely6ft.com website, businesses of any size can order acrylic dividers – called TeamShield – as well as customizable and repositionable wall, floor and building signage they need – all in a totally contactless manner. Additionally, iMBranded can develop custom solutions for volume orders.
“When the shelter-in-place directives began to hit the U.S., we immediately looked for a way to use our skills to help industries reopen and get people back to work safely,” said Jim Whitehead, founder and CEO of iMBranded. “We quickly developed and launched a line of products that enabled us to safely bring back our team while supporting businesses across the country by providing solutions to instill confidence to their customers and employees.”
The self-standing TeamShield dividers are available in multiple sizes, while the graphics are easy to install, moveable, non-slip, easy to clean, available in multiple shapes, sizes and colors and will work on a variety of surfaces. Additionally, the graphics can be branded with company logos.
“The biggest challenge that businesses are facing is that no one knows exactly what will be required,” Whitehead said. “This line of products is built with flexibility and adaptability in mind. As requirements change, so can the ways businesses communicate them, and we want to make it as simple and quick as possible.”
All of the Safely6ft products are made in the U.S. and are ready to be shipped same-day or next-day.
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