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Bleachers. Most people don’t think twice about them. They take them for granted. Most people know little about them. Same with stadium seating. It’s just “there”. Few realize how integral they have become to our culture and events. Furthermore, a wide range of experiences and emotions have taken place on the bleacher seats. From angry, pumped-up fathers yelling at their sons to run faster, to couples keeping each other warm. Not to mention, the diversity of memories made on these seats is hard to match.
Have you ever wondered where bleachers got their name? The first bleachers were made entirely of timber. A key distinctive feature that remains in existence today is their lack of overhead cover from the sun. Thus, the seats become “sun-bleached.” and the name “bleachers” is born.
Bleachers have progressed miles over the years. They come in a wide range of sizes, types, and shapes. Some are permanent. Some are made with advanced designs to allow portability. Over the course of its life, a set of bleachers will support tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of butts as their owners enjoy the show. Their design is rugged and intelligent, but elegantly simple.
Here they are, in their simplest, most portable form, eagerly waiting to grace your next theme event.
Stadium seating and bleachers
Sitting beats standing any day, unless you’re the type that likes to prowl the sideline. Besides, if you are a rabid, fanatical follower of a team, your feet and legs are eventually going to begin to feel tired. After all, a typical event lasts around 3 hours and by the way, that’s a long time to stand. Of course, a bench may suffice, but bleachers are far better! In general, bleachers will finish the look.
Furthermore, socializing with others is sometimes more difficult when standing. Of course, cocktail parties may be an exception. However, when everyone is seated, group socializing is usually easier, plus you feel more like you are a part of the group. Or, at a cocktail party, you may find yourself wandering around looking for a friendly face. In the bleachers, they’re all around you.