Snow tubing parks are much bigger operations than the many people realize. It takes a lot of people working together to create picture-perfect experience snow tubing guests enjoy day-in and day-out.
The snow tubing park crew, who work so tirelessly, are spread out over great distances to offer the right amount of supervision, instruction, and service to the guests who visit. This is why push to talk radios for snow tubing parks are quickly becoming essential and beneficial tools.
Who Needs Access to Push to Talk Radios in Snow Tubing Parks
Think of all the people in your park who work hard every day to provide outstanding customer service, safety instruction, and experiences to visitors. They include:
- Lift operators
- Park management staff
- Safety and security personnel
- Snow makers
- Equipment and facility maintenance workers
- Ski, tube, and snowboard instructors
- Rental shop staff
- Kitchen staff and food services
- Front desk and customer service employees
- On-site emergency staff for rescue, fire, and/or medical services
Because snow tubing parks are so spread out, communication between all the moving parts is more essential and more difficult through traditional means. Two-way push to talk radios offer instant access to communication for day to day operations and emergencies alike.
Things to Look for in Snow Park Radios
Different members of your staff will need different things when it comes to radios. Anyone who works outside part of most of the time will need radios that are not only rugged and durable to handle a few drops and spills along the way, but also highly rated for resistance to water and with extended battery life to withstand long hours of exposure to cold temperatures and melting snow and ice.
The other important thing when choosing radios for people who operate outside at snow tubing parks is range. Most parks have operations and operators expand over large distances. Radios that offer extended range are more beneficial to people out in the elements every day and working in different areas of your facility.
Indoor staff have different radio needs, often choosing radios that are lighter to carry around all day, offer more discrete communications options, and that facilitate Bluetooth connectivity for a range of accessories including communications headsets.
Finding the right communications tools and push to talk radios is as easy as contacting Peak PTT to learn more about the wide range of push to talk radio products, services, and accessories we have to offer your snow tubing park. Contact us today for more information. Call us at 855-600-6161.