Oxford Lanes Bowling Center in Oxford, Ohio offers a contemporary family setting for enjoying one of America’s most popular participatory sports.
Owner Andrew Nieman researched several hand washing and drying fixtures before updating the men’s and women’s restrooms at Oxford Lanes Bowling Center, a twelve lane bowling alley. His goal was to find a solution that would eliminate a dreaded problem for bowlers: wet restroom floors. “Wet floors are a major annoyance because when the soles of bowling shoes get wet, they don’t function properly on the bowling lane; not to mention the safety hazards of slipping and falling on wet restroom floors."
“We set out to find a hand washing product that kept water contained inside the sink with no splashing or dripping. We also wanted a fixture that was easy to install and didn’t require a special drain apparatus.”
“The Verge with WashBar has been the perfect solution because it keeps the floor clear of water, crumpled up paper towels, and other debris. Also, it is very easy to clean. We are also trying to ‘go green’ in our operations, so eliminating paper towels with the touch-free hand dryer was another plus.
“The performance of the Verge with WashBar has amazed me – and our clientele. It’s a simple solution that should have been invented decades ago. It floors me when 5- and 6-year-old kids come running out of the restrooms and tell their parents: ‘You have to come and see the cool sink in the bathroom!’”