RFID tagging coming to hotel guests in Ohio

RFID wristbands are coming to an Ohio lodge, as a way to provide guest convenience and service. Sounds harmless enough, yes? The north woods-themed family resort in Ohio has not opened yet, but when it does, the lodge will be using RFID-enabled wristbands for identification and point-of-sale purchases and the wristbands will provide guests with hotel room keyless entry, cashless payment options and much more.

The Great Wolf Lodge at Paramount's Kings Island in Mason, Ohio -- scheduled to open on December 14 -- will feature all-new RFID wristband technology since it features many amenities like an indoor water part and multiple exercise rooms plus bars and cashless eateries . Just flick out your wrist and bam -- there you go.

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