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  1. Bringing Customers Outdoors: The Business Benefit of a Party Tent

    Bringing Customers Outdoors: The Business Benefit of a Party Tent

    When you think of a party tent, you probably think about weddings, carnivals, or other celebrations. But small and medium size businesses can use a party tent to gain market share and create memorable customer experiences.

    Party tents are extremely versatile business tools. They can be used as awnings to keep customers protected from the elements, or as enclosed spaces for receptions, lectures, and presentations.



    Let’s look at the pros and cons of owning a party tent, and the ways your business can benefit from owning one instead of renting one.

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  2. How Medical Screening Tents Provide Reliable Spaces for Screening Patients

    How Medical Screening Tents Provide Reliable Spaces for Screening Patients
    When the threat of infectious diseases grows, hospitals and medical centers may require additional spaces for patients, doctors and nurses. Medical tents and medical screening tents are convenient solutions for patient testing, storing medical equipment, and setting up emergency screening spaces. Fabric buildings and portable tents are in high demand when there’s an epidemic or pandemic, such as the flu or COVID-19. When the need arises, these structures can be quickly assembled and easily anchored to a variety of outdoor spaces. ShelterLogic manufactures various fabric buildings and portable tents that can be used for screening purposes. Many of those could be used in the medical field as a medical screening tent, containment tent, surge tent, and triage tent.

    How Can a Temporary Building be Used as a Medical Tent?

    Hospitals and medical centers could use temporary buildings as medical tents outside hospitals or other public spaces for a variety of reasons, including:
    • Check-in Areas: Enclosed tents and fabric buildings can be used as check-in areas for emergency room patients before they enter the main medical building. Once an initial screening takes place, medical personnel can determine the next steps for patients.
    • Overflow Waiting Room Space: In case there is a rush of patients, surge tents could be used as overflow waiting room space. These containment tents can also help communities enforce
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