Put Up the Party Tents During Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month
Posted by CanopiesAnd Tarps on Dec 3rd 2014
Head to the slopes, then break out the portable heaters and party tents. Its once again time to celebrate Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. The annual frosty holiday is due to begin on January 1st and end on the 31st. So that gives winter sports enthusiasts and the businesses that serve them a full 31 days and nights to get their party on. For the utmost in comfort, visual beauty and safety, wed recommend choosing a pop up orparty tentmade from arctic flexible, waterproof materials. Theyll be better suited to hold up to slope side snow squalls.
Of course if the weather is expected to be mild, having a party tent with built-in arctic flexibility may not be paramount to your Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month event. It may be more important to choose one made with UV resistance fabric that features zippered doors, large windows, powder-coated legs and ample ceiling height to accommodate peoples extra long skis and snowboards.
In addition, it may be advisable to stock up on anchor kits too, just in case the winds gust a lot around the lifts or lodge. Weve got a four piecePC PVC Tube and Strap Anchor Kitthat should do nicely in that regard. The tubes are airtight and may be filled safely with a wide range of materials. Consequently, event planners and vendors that invest in our PVC anchors shouldnt find themselves on the wrong side of the ski resort or snowboard parks rules. Furthermore, because the anchors are designed to work on hardpan, it wont matter how frozen or snow covered the event site is during setup. Theyll go into place without a hitch.
To order your party tents in time for Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month, pleasecontact ustoday. We offer quantity discounts and only charge sales tax on party tent purchases being shipped within our home state. Speaking of which, expedited shipping is available for an additional fee.