Fall is right around the corner! Prepare your fall-themed festivity for the influx of customers by using wristbands. Here are the top 5 fall activities using wristbands in 2022:
1. Fall Festivals, Haunted Houses, Pumpkin Patches, Apple Orchards, Corn Mazes
Wristbands can serve as the ticket to easily monitor paid admissions with fully customizable graphics and messaging that can include numbering or barcoding to ensure validity. Wristband Resources also offers fun seasonal designs specific to fall. Staff can also easily identify a VIP – like someone who opted for the ‘skip the line’ feature at the haunted house or paid extra for the premium activities at the pumpkin patch. Additionally, wristbands help make sure no one enters restricted sections such as Employee Only areas. Wristbands such as Tyvek® are non-transferrable and completely customizable. Lanyards can also be used to monitor restricted areas for badge holders such as employees.
2. Costume Parties/Trick-or-Treating
Schools, community centers, churches, daycares and more offer trick-or-treating. Ensure children’s safety by utilizing wristbands. A set of wristbands can be worn by the guardian and child to ensure only families with a matching set leave the facility together. Duplicate number bands have the same serial number which allows you to match up to two people. Different color wristbands can be used to represent different age groups so children stay in designated areas or only participate in age-appropriate activities.
Use wristbands as a ticket to enter an Oktoberfest or beer festival event. Cash tag wristbands are a quick way to determine how many samples someone already enjoyed (and how many they have left). Available in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 10-tab options.
4. Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving
Silicone wristbands are great to give as keepsakes for family and friends. The wristbands are fully customizable with personalized wording and graphics.
5. Back to School and Colleges
Schools and colleges can use wristbands in a variety of ways. Wristbands can help identify new students, alert lunch staff of allergies, monitor students on field trips and more.