Hand sanitizer in public places, particularly retail, are an expected convenience. But the provision of this courtesy rises to a new height with Mall-wide, Mall-sized sanitizer stations at major points of entry. The free-form styling is quite the Nazz (pardon my slippage backward through a timewarp). Where can you try it? The King of Prussia Mall outside Philadelphia. Which or all entrances? Can’t say. Though normally great at compass directions and having hiked all manner of terrain from the Appalachian Trail to Osmeno Peak, Philippines to even the city-spanning, canyon-like Hrazdan Gorge, Armenia, I nevertheless get easily turned around at non-rectilinear King of Prussia.
For other sanitizer posts SEE…
“3-way Purell Hand Sanitizer Station”
“Convenience Store Breakthrough”
“Mall-sized Sanitizer Station“
“Auto-Feed Sanitizer Rack”
“Retail Recycling Oasis”
“Warning: Not A Baby Wipe”
“Wipe as a Creature Comfort”
For a more studied academic discussion SEE…
“Amenity as Retail Selling Point“
SEARCH “Amenity” for a broader representation of customer creature comforts.