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Folding Cone Uses


 

Asphalt (Commercial)

  • Your salesman or estimator can leave in his car and mark out pothole repair.
  • Capture parking areas the day before delivery of equipment and not need to send a truck.
  • Give to your clients to keep in there car or truck to mark out any holes or issues when they happen, imagine every time they open there trunk, they see your company name. Cones make you really cool.

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Asphalt (residential, driveways, sealing)

  • Leave at end of the driveway.
  • Tell your customers to keep them after your done, why, see “Everyday Humans and Dogs
  • Imagine leaving cones lit up at night, other homeowners will come check them out, see your terrific work and see your name.
  • Leaving caution tape is just plain ugly and it rips in the wind.
  • At these prices, who wants to have to go back and get them, although when you touch one, you will want to.

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Boring Contractors

  • Leave behind after you pour concrete around the well cap.
  • Open shaft, cover with a cone.
  • Some say they are disposable cones, leave behind cones.
  • Keep in the car and mark where you want the wells drilled by leaving a cone.
  • Lets face it, boring contractors are not boring when you have cones with you.

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Charities

  • Perfect for parking and guest movement guidelines for outdoor events.
  • Cones now come in pink for fund raising for cancer walks and events.
  • At the end of an event, they could be raffled off. Who would not want to bring home pink cones for daughter, mother or wife.

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Concrete, Masons

  • Leave at end of fresh concrete.
  • Tell your customers to keep them after your done, why, see “Everyday Humans and Dogs
  • Imagine leaving cones lit up at night, other homeowners will come check them out, see your terrific work and see your name.
  • Leaving caution tape is just plain ugly and it rips in the wind.

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Dogs

  • Versatile Cones are cool, my dad invented them.
  • There are more cones than fire hydrants.
  • Wouldn’t it be funny if someone stole your cone after I peed all over it.
  • Great for puppy training and basic doggy agility drills.

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Electricians

  • Leave behind after excavating new lines with your name on it.
  • Tell your customers to keep them after your done, why, see “Everyday Humans and Dogs
  • Imagine leaving cones lit up at night, other homeowners will come check them out, see your terrific work and see your name.
  • Mark out where buried electric is.
  • Protect spaces where you want to park tomorrow.
  • Wrap around a guy wire so no one trips

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Events

  • From parking directions to keeping areas off-limits, these cones are perfect.

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Everyday Humans

  • Keep in your car in case of a break down.
  • After you shovel that spot out, leave a cone so no one parks there.
  • Keep at your house to mark off potential liabilities. Broken sidewalk, etc.
  • Orange cones look awesome at Halloween.
  • Imagine the pink ones lit up at your daughters birthday party.
  • You know you want some or have some, why steel them when they are economical.
  • They make awesome funnels.

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Excavators

  • By filling with dirt, they will stay behind doing there job, keeping people out of where you don’t want them.
  • Everyone needs to leave behind traffic cones at some point.
  • Keep in every vehicle in case of a breakdown.
  • Put around equipment when leaving on site.
  • Mark out where you want deliveries to go.
  • Tell your customers to keep them after your done, why, see “Everyday Humans and Dogs
  • Imagine leaving cones lit up at night, other homeowners will come check them out, see your terrific work and see your name.
  • Everyone is tired of losing safety cones.

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General Contractors

  • Mark out where you want deliveries to go.
  • Mark out trip hazards when you leave the job.
  • Keep in your car or truck.

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Landscapers

  • Leave cones out to protect after you seed or sod.
  • Put them out if pre dig holes before planting.
  • Put in the spot you want soil, mulch etc delivered.
  • My attorney who has been involved with the process and understands the cones a bit, could not wait to tell me this story. A landscaper dug some holes to plant some trees on a Friday when heavy rains came.   They left them open for the weekend. The neighbors son walked across the lawn and his leg went into a hole, destroying his knee, 2 operations. He will live with a slight limp. He called to say all the guy had to do was leave a couple of $5.00 cones in the hole and he would not have this lawsuit. He said he might bring a cone to court and show jury, how easy and cheap it is to protect liabilities and this all could have been awarded.    
     
    His insurance company might not cover him because he did nothing to protect the possible liability.

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Parties

  • You *know* someone is going to need structure in their behavior and what better than illuminated safety cones to get their attention.

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Plumbers

  • Leave behind after excavating with your name on it.
  • Tell your customers to keep them after your done, why, see “Everyday Humans and Dogs
  • Imagine leaving cones lit up at night, other homeowners will come check them out, see your terrific work and see your name.
  • Mark out where sewer and water lines are.
  • Protect spaces where you want to park tomorrow.
  • Make great funnels.

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Rental Companies

  • Give or sell to clients so they can put cones out and mark out delivery locations.
  • They can make sure an area is protected so there is room to drop off rental equipment.
  • They can mark off where they leave something in public area that could get hit.
  • When some one rents equipment, they might need cones on a temporary basis and will purchase these before paying $20.00.

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Snow Plowing Contractors

  • Icy area that wont melt, near a walkway or pothole, protect yourself by leaving cones.

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Sports

  • Cones make great temporary goals for soccer.
  • Kids playing in the street put some cones out so people slow down.
  • Cheer leaders love cones to cheer and channel there voices.
  • Make great obstacle courses for bicycles.

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Surveyors

  • Put a metal pipe in, sticking up, put a cone over it.

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Sweeping Contractors

  • I decided to put this story in from a friend. UH OH. Mike who owns a sweeping company thought I was nuts. I gave him 4 cones for each of his sweeper trucks. I told him, keep them under the seat of the truck. Tell your drivers if they see a pothole in a bad spot while sweeping, take 30 seconds and put a cone out. Call the owner in the morning and tell him, there is an issue, someone will get hurt and sue but we had his back and put a cone out.
     
    The owner thanked him for doing that.  He ended up giving us the referral to patch the spot.  When the owner goes out to bid for sweeping again, if Mike is a bit higher, do you think the owner is not going to go with the company that does more than sweep.

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Tailgating

  • Mark off parking spots for friends.
  • We can take our clear cones and paint them in your favorite team colors.

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Tents

  • Tent stakes are dangerous, and the ropes that are attached to them. having cones to cover the stakes and light them up at night just makes sense.
  • Soon they will come in white, great for weddings and formal events.
  • Give them to clients to block off an area the day before you delivar so you have access to the site. nothing worse delivering tents the day before the wedding and there is no room to park in driveway.

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Transportation / Trucking

  • Perfect for roadside emergencies, won’t take up room in the cab.

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Well Drilling

  • If you’re engaged in drilling oil, gas or field water intake wells, you’ll want to keep the work area off limits for general safety and liability concerns.

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