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Radarsign™ Greets Tourists and “Fun Seekers” at Destination Locations

Ski Resorts, Racetracks, Casinos and Beach Resorts across the U.S. Trust Radarsign™ to Slow Speeding Drivers and Help Make Seasonal Traffic Safer

 
 
Radarsign: World's First Armored Radar Speed Sign
Radarsign: World's First Armored Radar Speed Sign
PRLog - Jun. 20, 2012 - Destination locations across the U.S.—notoriously associated with heavy and sometimes unpredictable seasonal and intermittent traffic—are using radar speed signs by Radarsign™ to slow speeding drivers.  Radarsign—the manufacturer of the world’s first armored driver feedback signs—provides flexible traffic-calming solutions that help fill in the gaps for local law enforcement and resort security teams that are tasked with ensuring road safety for tourists and residents alike.

Fripp Island Golf and Beach Resort (Fripp Island, SC), Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races (Kearneysville, WV),   Village of Taos Ski Valley (Taos, NM), Grand Canyon National Park (Grand Canyon, AZ) and Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort (Destin, FL) are just some of a growing list of destination locations that have incorporated Radarsign driver feedback signs into their comprehensive traffic-calming plans.  

Radarsign driver feedback signs offer rugged design and construction with dependable solar power options at an economical price.

“We’ve received nothing but rave reviews since we installed our Radarsign driver feedback sign,” said Mike Binkowski, Chief of Security at Fripp Island Gold and Beach Resort.  “As a small, private island that is golf-cart friendly, we have only two patrol cars.  We mounted a sign on the back of a golf cart, which frees up a patrol car and allows great flexibility.”

“We purchased several Radarsign speed signs because we have so many dirt roads, which cause a lot of dust,” said Raymond Keen, Public Works Director at the Village of Taos Ski Valley.  “We wanted drivers to slow their speed to control the dust for safety.  We looked at various speed sign companies and decided to go with Radarsign due to portability and more options in capturing data.”


About Radarsign
In 2004, Atlanta-based Radarsign™ established new industry standards for traffic-calming solutions with the debut of the world’s first armored radar speed signs, which are vandal, weather and bullet-resistant.  The industry’s most durable radar speed signs are also the most ecological and energy efficient.  Engineered and manufactured in the USA, Radarsign products are MUTCD-compliant and utilize recycled aluminum, innovative LED reflector technology, minimal battery power and solar panels to deliver bright, easy-to-read feedback to drivers.  Radarsign products are scientifically proven to reduce drivers’ speeds and have been entrusted to provide safe and effective traffic-calming solutions for: municipalities, treasured national parks, schools, neighborhoods, military bases, and private and public development projects across the U.S., Canada and overseas. http://www.radarsign.com/.

Links:
Fripp Island Golf and Beach Resort - http://www.frippislandresort.com/
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races - http://www.hollywoodcasinocharlestown.com/
Village of Taos Ski Valley - http://vtsv.org/
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort - http://www.sandestin.com/
Grand Canyon National Park- http://www.nps.gov/grca/index.htm

Media Contact: Tracy Clement - TClement@RobinTracy.com - (770) 401-8753

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