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TentCraft launches Hospital and Medical Screening Tents

The TentCraft tents are made of fabric from Media One.

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Traverse City, Michigan-based pop-up tent company TentCraft announces the launch of hospital and medical screening tent packages to help hospitals and other medical facilities combat the spread of COVID-19.

TentCraft says that using the tents to offer tests for the coronavirus will allow potential patients to be tested in drive-thru, isolated locations to allow them to avoid having to go into buildings. The tents are available in a variety of sizes, and bulk purchase orders can be accommodated. The company says turnaround time is 48-72 hours

“This effort has been fast-tracked to respond as quickly as possible to the crisis and help containment and social distancing efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus,” says Tom Straub, vice president of sales at TentCraft. “Working with fabrics from Media One, we’re able to quickly respond to ramping demand during this unprecedented time.”

Adds Jason Bartusick, president and CEO of Media One: “We are glad to support TentCraft in their efforts to mobilize a solution that helps combat this crisis. We’re all in this together and if we can help our customers with creative solutions like this, we’re all in.”

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Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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