I just came back from a great weekend with my family. We took a road trip up north to see one of the national museums that we had been dying to go see. It was well worth the trip, I might add. Even my toddler loved it.
After we had walked all seven floors of the museum, we decided to take a quick swing through the gift shop on our way out. They had a large amount of clothing for sale, but none of it seemed to have any clothing security tags.
I thought that was pretty strange for a tourist attraction to not have any visible clothing security. After I took a closer look, I could tell that they didn’t use any clothing security tags. They did have clothing security in the form of soft labels.
These labels were imbedded into the price tags of the clothes. It was a pretty smart move, I thought. There was still a form of protection in place, but it wasn’t overtly publicized.
No doubt they have had their share of shoplifters, but the amount of false activations from their clothing alarm was greatly reduced. No one ever forgot to remove a hard tag. The soft tags were disarmed as soon as they were placed on the counters at the wrap stand.
In a museum, the last thing you want is to have a clothing alarm going off every few minutes. This individual take on clothing security was very well thought out to suit their needs.
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