Promoting Safer Evacuation for all of it guests
New York City, New York Nov 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – EVAC+CHAIR(R) North America, LLC, maker of the original, lightest, and world’s best-selling Evacuation Chair has announced the supply of their Evacuation Stair Chairs to the themed LEGOLAND Hotel in Goshen, New York.
LEGOLAND New York became the first major theme park to open in the northeast in over four decades. With the first and only Lego-themed hotel in the Northeast located steps away from LEGOLAND New York, visitors can feel safe knowing that it will contain EVAC+CHAIRS for safety.
The acquisition of EVAC+CHAIRS increases the safe and simple evacuation in an emergency, supporting persons unable to evacuate independently in descending a staircase to reach an ultimate area of safety.
Jeff Wolvovsky of EVAC+CHAIR(R) added ‘We are proud of our relationship with Legoland, one of the most prestigious companies in the world. In the event of a person or persons needing to be evacuated safely and quickly, we are certain that our products will make the time-pressured task easier and provide further confidence to staff and visitors.’
EVAC+CHAIR(R) is the world’s #1 manufactures and supplier of Emergency Evacuation Chairs to several high-profile organizations such as Apple, Disney, and the NBA along with a wide range of other venues in both the private and public sectors.
EVAC+CHAIR is known for its exceptional custom workmanship, reliability, and durability. Manufactured to ISO certifications, FDA registered, EVAC+CHAIR meets the current RESNA ED-1 standards for evacuation chairs. The satisfaction, quality, and customer service are what make EVAC+CHAIR “better than” our competitor’s. We build our EVAC+CHAIRS to last, backing them with our exclusive industry-only “Lifetime Warranty”. You will not find a better built, reliable evacuation chair on the market than EVAC+CHAIR.
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