Mardi Gras is a time of celebration where friends, families and random party-goers hit the streets in search of fun, music, beads and libations. Whether the event is a parade, festival or all-day event, most attendees will find a need to hit the loo for relief. Ensure that potty breaks aren’t party poopers by foregoing traditional port-o-potties and opting for high-end restroom trailers instead. Because they feature multiple stalls, there’s less waiting in line, but that’s not the only reason to consider restroom trailers for Mardi Gras festivities.
When hosting an outdoor event, more often than not the host needs to secure portable restrooms for the guests to use. We’ve all had to use a portable toilet at some point in our lives, and I’m willing to bet that we all feel the same way about them – YUCK. If you want your event to be a cut above the rest, nix the porta-potties and rent luxury mobile restroom trailers.
If you’ve ever visited the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, you will have experienced for yourself the luxurious restroom accommodations. The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo relies on the Presidential Mobile Restroom Trailer for its large event because it’s ideal on so many levels. First, this restroom trailer is sufficient to meet the needs of a large event. Second, it’s as comfortable or even more so than a restroom you’d have at home. Third, it’s climate-controlled to combat Houston’s unpredictable weather.
When you think about portable toilets, you're probably picturing those small booths often seen in construction sites and concert venues. These single units have their place. However, for longer term events or situations with a lot of people, there's a better alternative. Restroom trailers offer comfort, style, and capacity at a reasonable price.
Summer is almost over, but there’s no better time to run an outdoor event. In Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, the crisp, cool autumn season provides a perfect opportunity to enjoy some fresh air. Whether you’re looking to hold a party, a business event or even a wedding, here are four of the most important things you need to consider about running an outdoor event: