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Stop the Spread with New Floor Mats & Door Signs

Posted April 13, 2020

New social distancing guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities are recommending people should stay at least six feet apart and avoid crowds. Easily communicate changes in your hours to reduce crowds and mark six-foot distances for payment lines with these new AirTrack Stop the Spread mats and signs.

Stop the Spread with new Retail, Grocery, and Convenience Store "Wait Here" Floor Mats

New Stop the Spread Signage

Maintain order in your grocery or convenience store payment lines with new floor mats. These eye-catching signs are easier for customers to spot compared to tape marks on the floor and come in three styles:

  • Red sign, 12” x 4”, with white “WAIT HERE” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
  • Black footprint sign, 12” x 18”, with yellow “STAND HERE” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
  • Blue circle sign, 12”, with yellow “PLEASE MAINTAIN 6 FEET OF SEPARATION” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
Communicate New Store Hours with Retail, Grocery Store, and Convenience Store "Our Hours Have Changed" Window Signs

New Stop the Spread Window Signs

In addition to standing six feet apart, many stores are changing their hours and creating new shopping hours for elderly customers. These new window signs help customers know the new policies:

  • “OUR HOURS HAVE CHANGED” signs in with red text to draw attention to newly posted hours (packs of 200, 500, 1000, 2000)
  • “NEW HOURS OF OPERATION” signs with hours for seniors & public (packs of 200, 500, 1000, 2000)

Store Clerk Defends Himself Against Robber With Barcode Scanner

Posted February 6, 2015

FamilyMart-Convenience-storeThe uses for a barcode scanner may be quite varied but being used as a weapon to defend your business against a robber has got to be the most daring of all.

This story starts at a Family Mart convenience store in Osaka, Japan at 4am when a young male in his 20’s comes in and asks the 41-year-old clerk for a pack of cigarettes. According to the clerk’s statement, while he was behind the register scanning the barcode on the cigarette pack, the customer pulled out a knife and a bag. The customer-turn-robber threatened the clerk with the knife and demanded the money from the register be emptied into the bag.

While Japan is a very safe country with almost no gun usage, larger cities do have instances of robbery and theft most commonly with the use of a knife.

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