Crown Top Post and Rope Stanchion Kit - Montour Line

SKU CCW-05-037-00361
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  • Crown Top
  • Sloped Base
  • Multiple finishes available
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$179.95

Product Overview

Our stanchion ropes pair with classic stanchion posts for an elegant crowd control solution, well-suited for VIP and formal events. Attractive snap ends attach easily to the stanchion post loops, and come in a variety of finishes to accommodate any special event’s look and feel. Stanchion posts also come in a variety of finishes as well as a variety of post top styles. Each of these are included in your classic post and rope stanchion kit as well as sign frames which attach conveniently to the top for messaging that's visible and useful. 

Includes:

  • Crown Top Stanchions
  • One 6 Ft. Heavy Duty Cotton Core Rope with Snap Ends

Features:

  • Post includes a heavy 20 lb. base for stability preventing tip over
  • Rubber floor protector prevents scratches
  • Thick metal rope loop extends life of stanchion

Buying in large quantities? Contact us for a volume discount! sales@crowdcontrolwarehouse.com or (847)-991-9900

Check Out Our Blog

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GP
09/27/2021
Gary P.
United States United States
Highly recommended

Great product, I highly recommend it!

D
09/17/2021
Dana
United States United States
Excellent service

I accidentally put in the wrong address and it was taken care of. Superb customer service and the products were also of great quality.

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