Socially-distanced tailgating solution uses drive-in theater setup


Tailgating is one of the essential social aspects of American sports, but with social distancing procedures, this season will look a little different. To help fans continue to share the game from parking lots, one company has devised a solution for drive-in tailgating with television screens setup for fans to watch from the safety of their cars.

National outdoor LED screen provider Insane Impact is giving fans a unique way to watch the big game in public with drive-in styled events allow eventgoers the opportunity to physically gather while maintaining safe distances from inside their vehicles.

“Our priority has always been the safety of our employees and clients. Drive-in styled LED screens offer the opportunity to continue to create community in a manner that complies with CDC guidelines and local laws and regulations,” said BJ Supple, COO of Insane Impact.

In recent months, the company has seen a large demand for socially distanced drive-in screens for events such as worship services, graduation ceremonies, and community movie viewings. As professional sports begin, it is starting to see a fast-growing demand for drive-in screens as an alternative to not only traditional tailgates but to watching the game in the stadium.

Insane Impact is no stranger to the sporting and tailgate industry, having implemented season-long contracts with numerous collegiate and professional teams over the past several seasons.

Its mobile rental displays are able to offer sporting action in outdoor settings and large screen sizes can accommodate hundreds of cars from distances of up to 300ft away. A rental also includes a dedicated technician to run the display and cater to their clients’ needs.

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