Portable dance floors may be a partial answer to finding a place to dance in the West. Specially that things are due to get more difficult to get to town and the traffic there is going to get worse. The Rail Disaster cannot be stopped.
"It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent,
but the ones more resilient and responsive to change."
Some dance clubs could join in sharing the dance floor and the expertise in setting it up. They would be great for events where a modular, easily installed and transportable floor is required. Modular portable dance floors feature a durable and scratch-resistant, commercial-grade vinyl surface.
"The Music Of Hawaii" by Melveen Leed
The clubs could choose from a number of different wood-grain or stone looks for dance parties. The snap together portable dance floor panels could also be great for rental revenues.
Most could be designed and built on Oahu in 4 x 8 panels which could be carried easily by two men, And they would fasten to each other easily and securely. The panels would be all built exactly alike except for the fasteners. Eight panels would give you a fairly good dance floor of 16 x 16 (256 sq ft) dance floor.
"Hanalei" by Carol Kai
Many night clubs do not have a dance floor that big, most social clubs that would do this would insist on at least 12 panels, 16 x 24, (384 sq ft.) And of course the next size bigger would then come about. For added safety you could have an aluminum rail around the perimeter with an opening on two sides.