Another great example of how businesses are using portable folding walls is shown by Children Stay N Play in Duluth, Minnesota.
Dana recently opened her Stay N Play drop in center for school age kids in November 2011. This is a great place to bring your kids to play while you run a few errands. With an imaginary play area, a dress up area and lots of fun toys for the kids to play (even video games) it is truly a kids paradise. Stay N Play offers movies, Xbox 360 games, group games, art projects, painting and more for older school aged children.
Since Dana’s facility includes younger and older kids, she decided to purchase a Standard Screenflex partition to separate the little ones from the big ones. A 4′ high partition was selected which allows for staff to see over the room dividers while still maintaining a nice separation for the children.
I wish we had a drop in center like this when my children were younger. Kids are never thrilled about having to run to the grocery store. Typically, I shopped while my kids were in preschool but some days required what I called a “milk run”. What a perfect opportunity to plan a mom’s lunch or to run a few errands. Imagine meeting a few friends for lunch, running to the doctor’s office or picking up some groceries while your kids enjoy some play time at the Stay N Play.
Dana’s play center is opened six days a week with morning, day and evening hours.