Behind the Scenes of the Big Game
Ever thought about how stadiums clean up after a big game? Or how venues get ready for the next concert? How do they get them to look like new after drinks, popcorn and nachos were likely thrown around for hours? It’s not magic, and with so many people in attendance, it is a huge job.
Most venues use stadium cleaning companies to keep things tidy for their guests, and if the job is done right, fans can do it all over again as soon as the next day. Some of them don’t do it right, though. You’ve experienced it. Ever touched your seat only to come in contact with some nacho cheese—that wasn’t yours? You can thank last night’s fan. Gross. And you have definitely felt the stickiness of the floor on the bottom of your shoes.
Venue managers can avoid this by partnering with a superior commercial cleaning company, like Jani-King. Great stadium cleaning doesn’t just happen after the last cheer; it begins before the event, continues during it, and lasts for sometimes eight hours afterwards.
Oklahoma State University and University of Oklahoma’s annual football face-off sells out every year. It’s a game where stakes are higher, fans are wilder, and the crowd is bigger. In fact, this year OSU’s Boone Pickens stadium will host what they call the “Battle of Bedlam” in its newly renovated stadium which holds a whopping 60,000 people. That’s 60,000 rowdy, roaring fans to clean up after.
Jani-King has been brave enough to take on the job; but with a solid plan and a team of 100 crew members to finish it up, they’ll get it back in shape. The success is in the details, like monitoring the glass in the stadium suites. Stadium cleaning crew members clean them repeatedly, as being able to see the field clearly is a necessity. Armed with extensively trained crew members and state-of-the art equipment, Jani-King will get this stadium, and every stadium they clean, looking like new.