Respect fire codes. Ignoring fire codes or people in charge of telling you to be aware of fire code does two things; Makes it so they won’t ever work with you again, and also gets people very angry. When it comes to saving lives at a venue, a person’s attitude against “a request” to not block that particular fire exits is moot. Any respectable owner will firstly be as nice as possible, then after that, it is pretty normally to see that owner be completely mean when telling a person more than once. When it comes to saving lives being nice only works for so long.
Read any story about people losing their lives because of fire codes being ignored. I promise you, it is never a happy ending. There is no adjusted reasoning to this rule. Leave the fire exits open, leave room for people to get out. No chance for any mess ups when it comes to lives. There is a right and wrong, and when you are in a place respect that you are always wrong when it comes to what that venue wants in-terms of keeping people safe.
We own “The Rose Theater”, and we have two rules; A) People’s lives come first, B) Respect the venue. We are some of the kindest people in the business. We know the heartache and pain that goes into performing, and making something from nothing into a beautiful expression of art! However, break those two rules and we would rather you not be in the venue. If you destroy it, then you take it away from others. We are here for life first.
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