Green Dream and ROBRADY Raise the Stakes for Turf Maintenance and Crowd Management with New Retractable Barrier System

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Sarasota-based companies Green DreamLLC and ROBRADY design announces the next generation of outdoor barriersThe Green Dream Retractable Barrier system provides crowd management and traffic control with the added benefits of minimal setup time and negligible terrain disruption. Years of experience managing grounds and controlling pedestrian and cart traffic on golf courses inspired Green Dream founder Stephen Patterson to create a barrier system that eliminates the shortcomings of conventional stake and rope barriersTo bring his vision to life, Patterson engaged product development firm ROBRADYdesign. Not only did ROBRADY handle design and development, but in collaboration with Patterson, the team leveraged its expertise with materials and manufacturing, digital design and marketing, and turn-key fulfillment to create a market-ready line of outdoor productsThe Green Dream Retractable Barrier system is a convenient all-in-one solution that requires less manpowerand once in place, its flexible barriers can be extended and retracted as needed. In additionGreen Dream’s highly visible design maintainthe natural look of the environment while promoting safety-making it ideal well beyond the links for applications such as college campuses, construction sites, parks, and even beaches.

“It’s been an exciting process to see the idea come to fruition,” says Patterson. “ROBRADY’s comprehensive expertise has been invaluable creating an even stronger product than I ever imagined.”

Photo courtesy of the companies.

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