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Students aren’t grapes — we travel in lines, not bunches

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Bottlenecks in schools are common, unsafe, and can reflect negatively on those in charge. To avoid this, teachers have had to create countless creative ways to manage their energetic queue.

“We are students, not grapes! We travel in lines, not bunches!”

From relating to fruit, to organizing alphabetically, to creating competitions, moving excited and energetic students from one area to the next is no easy feat.

This year, we are recommending that you do it differently.

With the new school year starting, this is the opportunity to effectively manage your queue flow, ensuring that parents, students, staff and guests safely maneuver your academic property safely, easily and with less hassle.

As your school year preparations commence, let Tensator Group help outfit your campus with easy and smart solutions like our famous Tensabarrier®, fixed queuing solutions like our Adapta-Rail, and our in-queue merchandising products which will work wonders in any lunchroom/cafeteria, bookstore, bursar, health clinic and registration area – helping ease traffic, increase purchases and ensure prompt and efficient handling while significantly reducing wait time.

Contact Tensator Group’s education sector experts and reference ‘Code A+’ for a 15% discount off your next order.

Just in time for your school to earn an A+ in queuing 101!

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