A drive-thru system would not be complete without canopies, clearance bars, brand boosters, presell boards, directional signs, speaker posts, and headset systems. At the Howard Company, we manufacturer drive-thru lane equipment to enhance our guest experience for our partners. Each of these drive-thru accessories can be custom-made to complement your brand. Just ask our experts!
Catch your customer's attention with outdoor poster frames, sidewalk boards, window clings, stall parking signs, and directional signs when they pick up online/mobile orders!
Block out the weather and protect your customers. With four standard drive-thru canopies, and custom designs, The Howard Company has the solution for you!
Protect your company's property and customers' vehicles by establishing height limitations at the entrance of the drive-thru with one of our many clearance bars!
Enhance your brands visibility! Our brand boosters complement many drive-thru components, including clearance bars and the drive-thru choice menu board.
Advertise your limited time offers (LTO's), combos or specials before your customers approach the main menu board with The Howard Company's drive-thru presell boards!
Provide instructions with our illuminated directional signs. Guidance will keep lines moving and generate more sales!
Communication equipment is essential for drive-thru systems. Our speaker posts will provide you with the most affordable and versatile option!
Effectively place orders with PAR's drive-thru headset system. Make communication easy for your customers and employees!
The Howard Company has been turning ideas into reality for over 70 years! Let our experts help guide you and your business towards success by informing you of the industry's best practices and innovative ways you can enhance your customer's experience with drive-thru accessories.
Not sure what you need in your drive-thru? This handy glossary of common terms from the Drive-Thru Experts at The Howard Company should help!
Gary Kurtz talks about scaling your drive-thru and the importance of maintaining brand consistency across each location.
Standing out from the restaurant field often boils down to the smallest of details, not just about the food you offer, but also the customer experience.
Visualize what you need in your drive-thru with this infographic, which describes each component.
Grant Gustke talks about drive-thru placement and explains the concept of stacking. Getting as many cars through the line quickly is essential to success, so proper design is critical.