15 Year Anniversary
Hard to believe CrowdControlStore.com has been providing you with everything you need for crowd and traffic control for a whopping 15 years, but here we are...and we're ready to celebrate! Check here for new promotions all month long as we keep this 15 year anniversary party going!
Wow, we've come a long way since all that...And now, we're celebrating 15 years of being your source for crowd control solutions, with new promos and deals every week all month long! Who would have guessed that 15 years ago that we'd be where we are today? When we began, we were a small supplier of dressage and equestrian supplies headquartered just outside of Tampa, Florida. Now, we've got thousands of products for just about every industry focused on keeping crowds safe and orderly, from barricades to stanchions to traffic cones. We're proud to offer the best selection of crowd control products at great prices, and even prouder to have been doing so for 15 whole years! So walk down memory lane with us as we recount our history, and don't forget to keep checking back to see our next great deal as we keep the party going all month long.
Here's a little timeline of important events in CCS history:
2002: CrowdControlStore.com is incorporated and Equicross begins expanding to sell crowd and traffic control products in addition to equestrian and dressage supplies.
2004: We begin manufacturing plastic crowd control products including posts and chains to meet demand for quick fulfillment.
2006: Traffic cones are added to the list of locally stocked products manufactured by our in-house brand, Equicross (now EQ Manufacturing).
2008: Our line is expanded to include steel fence barricades and retractable belt barriers.
2011: Headquarters and warehouse opened in Thonotosassa, Florida just outside of Tampa.
2012: Offices expanded in response to increased demand.
2014: CrowdControlStore.com is acquired by CableOrganizer.com LLC.
2015: Headquarters and main warehouse moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Supplemental warehouse is opened in Reno, Nevada to better serve the west coast.