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ThinkFast Interactive in MI

March 11, 2019

The ThinkFast Interactive program was amazing! Thank you so much for setting this up. The presenter was fun and personable. The program is very high energy and interesting. The gift cards definitely got more kids competing. The fun videos in between the educational programming really kept kids on their toes. Everyone had a great time AND learned some things about driver safety!

Thanks,
Kelly

Kelly Eckhardt, Principal

Fennville High School

COVID19 Update:

Many states across the country are beginning their phased reopening and slowly going back to normal. We at ThinkFast Interactive are excited to be back at it once again, but be rest assured, we are folding in new precautionary measures for all of our experiential productions so that we may keep your students SAFELY engaged. Below, please find the safety outline for our experiential production, ThinkFast Interactive.

New safety procedures for ThinkFast Interactive: 

  • Instead of grouping into teams, we have the ability to allow for single play (1 remote:1 participant) for up to 175 participants. This allows for participants to practice social distancing while interacting with the program.
  • All wireless remotes will be sanitized before and after each program.
  • Contestant panels will also be adjusted to allow for 6′ separation to maintain social distancing protocol.
  • For large groups, we will offer multiple, augmented programs.
  • Participants who are a part of stage challenges will be required to stand 6′ apart.
  • Masks will be mandatory for all producers during load-in/out.
  • Contactless load-in for all productions: No technical labor assistance required to produce programs.
  • All equipment/ vehicles will be regularly sanitized.
  • Topical safety recommendations/messaging on social distancing in school and while driving.
Please note, if your campus has any specific requests regarding safety protocol for outside vendors, we ask that you reach out to your respective agent to ensure compliance and communication to our production personnel.
The John Family