Floor Tape Manufacturer Donates One-Thousand Feet of Superior Mark Floor Tape to Baton Rouge School, Featured on NBC’s ‘School Pride’
WAKE FOREST, N.C., Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Floor tape manufacturer InSite Solutions donated 1,000 feet of their signature floor marking tape Superior Mark to Lanier Elementary School in Baton Rouge, LA. NBC’s reality show “School Pride” documented the complete renovation of the 52-year-old school. The school needed well-marked floors to designate appropriate walkways for students. Superior Mark was used to accomplish this objective. The show aired Oct. 22, 2010.
The show’s producer, who was looking for a way to mark the floors inside the school with the most durable floor tape available, contacted InSite for advice. InSite sells over 300 different types of floor marking tapes on their ecommerce website Stop-painting.com, and they are known to be experts on alternatives to paint for marking floors. Typically, their floor marking tapes are used in industrial facilities for safety and organizational purposes. However, InSite owner and creator of Superior Mark Cliff Lowe has always believed his floor tape could be a useful organizational tool for schools.
“Schools are a great place for our industrial floor marking tapes,” said Lowe. School planners look for ways to mark the floor to designate places for children to form lines. They need something highly visible and very durable. “Kids are always kicking at the lines, and our tape is the only one on the market with a beveled edge and recessed adhesive. It’s designed to handle forklifts dragging heavy pallets over it. The kids won’t damage it.”
Often the patterns of lines on school floors have to change to accommodate increased numbers of students. This means that the lines need to be removable. In situations like this, paint is not an option. The majority of the floor tapes found on the market are also extremely difficult to remove, and leave a messy residue of adhesive. Superior Mark was a perfect solution for marking the school floors, because it is removable, durable, and highly visible. InSite was happy to donate 1,000 feet of floor tape for the school.
“We are hoping to donate more floor tape to future shows as well,” Lowe said. “We also suggested our pavement marking items, and they are being considered for future shows.” InSite Solutions offers a variety of traffic control and pavement marking solutions in addition to their focus on floor marking. All of InSite’s products are available on their ecommerce website Stop-painting.com.
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