Rawhide will host 1st full-scale concert in the U.S. since pandemic

Above: Dr. Fresch will be among the performers at Relentless Beats’ The Road Rave on Sat., May 30, 2020, at Rawhide Western Town and Event Center. Experience AZ | 29 May |

HealthyVerify Certified —the country’s only medically-based, scientific and professional full- service certification company helping to minimize the risk of disease — announced the certification of Rawhide Western Town and Event Center, Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Ariz. where the first national large-scale music event by Relentless Beats titled The Road Rave will be held on Sat., May 30, 2020. The new music concept is a first-ever national act drive-in concert for up to 500 vehicles that could be replicated across the country. Concertgoers will benefit from the extra safety measures put in place by this iconic venue, the result of implementing customized procedures designed independently by researchers and medical experts to reduce risk of infection as part of their HealthyVerify Certification. Rawhide joins Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona,  Offerpad in seven states, and AZ on the Rocks climbing gym, as HealthyVerify certified businesses with many others in the process of certification.   

“We have been working with a wide array of businesses and groups planning for their re-openings and next to protecting the health of their employees and customers, getting it right from the start is the utmost priority” said HealthyVerify co-founder Court Rich. “Companies are also more resilient than ever, reengineering their offerings like what we are seeing with this first major national concert in months anywhere in the U.S.  The organizers will have a longtime partner in HealthyVerify because we are committed to supporting every certified business beyond the attainment of their certification.” 

HealthyVerify experts work with businesses to minimize health risks and reopen with confidence. The process is designed to reduce disease transmission and includes strict cleaning and sanitation guidelines but also scrutinizes processes governing customer interactions. It includes virtual training for employees on the implementation of outlined procedures and a final inspection of the facilities with an awarded certification if safety and sanitation standards are achieved.

“I believe that business owners feel empowered by the science and the data that we employ in creating their new operational plans,” said Dr. Ana Moran of Barrow’s Neurological Institute Infectious Disease Control and HealthyVerify Medical Director. “During these times when there is such uncertainty having concrete conversations based in science and facts give people hope that their business can retool to adapt to a new normal while protecting public health.”

Academic, research and medical experts comprise the HealthyVerify Certification team. No certification process is alike as each assessment supports the implementation of customized operational safety measures. The HealthyVerify Certification is the only independent certification in the U.S. that provides business operators a year’s worth of counsel and support based on data, reviewed and guided by infectious disease experts at Barrow’s Neurological Institute and employee training for businesses created in collaboration with the most innovative university in the country, Arizona State University. The approach aims to help businesses maintain high safety standards that reduce risk and give  consumers and employees confidence and peace of mind following COVID-19 forced closures. The Arizona-based company was co-founded by Jordan Rose and Court Rich of Rose Law Group.

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