Stepping behind the velvet rope is often a privilege. These fancy crowd control barriers are used to section off VIP areas, direct the flow of traffic coming through the door, and keep waiting customers in line until their tables are ready. Controlling the velvet rope and crowd control barriers is also a privilege, and giving an employee the power to partition off a piece of your eatery is like giving them the keys to the castle. Alright, so crowd control barriers aren’t nearly as exciting as we’re making them out to be, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun finding the right ones for your restaurant.
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