Keep Cool In Your Custom Tent

About Us is the leader in online custom flags.  We offer more than just flags. Banners, tents, table covers, a-frames, pop-ups and more.  You name it, and we can probably do it.  We produce the best flags on the highest quality material.  Our world class team will work with you to get the product you want at the price you deserve. 

Soon, we’ll be heading into the thick of the springtime. If you’re like us and living in the South, springtime lasts about 3 days, and then summer is in full power once April hits. For those that have all 4 seasons, it may still be chilly where you are, but you’ve likely circled key dates on your calendar for hotter events. Whether you’re getting ready for them, or they’re standing at your door, hot events can be a real bother. We’ve got some tips to stay cool in your custom tent this year.

BestFlag is a custom flag company, but we’re also so much more. We offer a full line of custom tents to ensure your event couldn’t be better. Our custom tents are made from high-quality, durable materials that you can depend on. The last thing you need to be worrying about an event is your tent. We make sure that doesn’t happen. Our team of designers, production experts, promotional product gurus, and industry veterans make sure your custom tent is nothing short of perfect.

We know it can be hot in a custom tent. How do you combat it?

For one, get yourself some nice, high-quality fans. When custom tents are directly under the sun, a lot of that hot air gets trapped up under the canvas top of the tent. Get some fans to push that air out and keep that air moving. Don’t let it get stale.

Here’s our secret. For the sweltering heat, bring a cooler. In the cooler, prep some washcloths or rags at home. Soak them in water, wring them out, and drip 5-10 drops of eucalyptus, lavender, or peppermint essential in them. When you’ve caught a break in your day, reach into your cooler and wipe your face with the rag. You’ll get a cool rush of arctic air no matter the temperature.

But that’s an industry secret. Don’t tell anyone.

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