Drive Thru Speakers Make Life Easier for Everyone!

February 6th, 2012

It’s a little difficult to imagine a world without drive thru restaurants, isn’t it? After all, restaurants (of one kind or another) have been around for the better part of human civilization in an effort to serve food to people that had some reason to be away from home. In fact, as far back as ancient Greece and Rome, inns and taverns specifically catered to travelers. The world has been on the go ever since! That’s why we have the perfect Klear Order drive thru speaker systems for your business. The Klear Order system has been trusted by big-time restaurant chains like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, KFC, Taco Bell, Subway, and more. Whether your business is big or small, a clean, clear connection to your customers really makes all the difference.

Get the food to your customers... fast!

Get the food to your customers... fast!

Background on the Drive Thru

Drive thru restaurants existed in the 1930s… but they didn’t have speaker systems. These early drive thru restaurants simply used a drive up window. By the 1950s, drive thru speaker systems became commonplace. It’s this simple innovation that allowed people across America (and the world!) to conveniently eat on the go. Whether traveling on vacation, or simply going from activity to activity, restaurants with drive thru speakers allow us to live life more conveniently.

Klear Order system speakers from Tech Wholesale

So why should you choose your drive thru speakers from us? Our Kenwood-based drive thru speaker systems can provide durable and long-lasting communications for your business. Make your customers’ lives easier and more convenient by offering them a drive thru option.

It’s not just for restaurants anymore! Drive thru pharmacies, coffee shops, and other establishments can make use of this technology, too. Choose your Klear Order drive thru speakers from Tech Wholesale today.

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