Colorado Springs, CL - Increasingly, venues are investing in custom seat covers to control where spectators sit during special events. Not only do seat covers create a more intimate experience by bringing people closer to the action, but they can also cut down on maintenance costs before and after events.
New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado is a charismatic evangelical church with more than 10,000 members and is well-known for its accomplished songwriters and popular worship music. Early this year, a new shipment of black Dazian fabric church seat covers was put through a trial run to encourage parishioners to sit closer to the front of the hall. They covered a section of approximately four rows of 20 seats, cinching the cover snugly along the hem, but soon found that the removable banquet chairs didn’t allow for an exact fit.
Creating a set of church seat covers was the next option. After considering the chair configurations and their tendency to shift, it was decided that lengthening the cover’s hem and adding magnets that could stick to the seats’ metal legs would help keep the section in position. By choosing Dazian fabric seat covers over vinyl, less time is spent on setup and teardown for each ministry event and activity. Fabric is lighter, easier to handle, and more form-fitting than its vinyl counterpart. Its design reduces wrinkling, so there’s no need for elaborate folding and storage after each event.
Though seat covers are effective at drawing crowds together, they can also be used to keep groups apart. As COVID-19 restrictions loosen in the future and people begin to gather at public spaces, venue seat covers can be strategically placed to enhance physical distancing.
Posted May 20, 2020