The Redee Mask
This guest is ready to party! The Redee mask has a flap that allows users to drink through a straw—the perfect gift for your networking reception.
The Bandana Mask
Are you Johnny Depp? No? Then stick with a proper mask for better protection.
The Disposable Mask
An optimist, this person has not yet invested in more permanent face coverings. Give them an extra swag mask.
The Swag Mask
This attendee really digs your brand! (Or forgot to bring their own mask.)
The Custom 3D Printed Mask
An attendee who can 3D print a bespoke mask? Put them on your technology committee for next year’s event.
The Clear Mask
For the valued communicators among your group, a clear mask let’s people see their facial expressions and get their point across.
The Valve Mask
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found these masks only protect the wearer, not the people around them because their one-way exhalation valves let virus particles escape unfiltered. Give this attendee a wide berth.
The Beyond-the-Mask Mask
Why wear a face mask when you can opt for a body mask? Attendees who really need to maintain their space may consider a new wearable device called ShieldPod to ensure their social distancing.
Not That Kind of Mask
This attendee is lost and should be directed to the Comic-Con event next door.
The Chin Guard
Note that this dog is not properly covering its nose. Even the best masks don’t work if the person’s nose and mouth are not fully covered. An attendee wearing a mask improperly needs a primer on safety etiquette. Don’t be a Covidiot!
The Mardi Gras Mask
If we all follow safety protocols, maybe we can wear these again next year?