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Down..Set..Hut! Nomadic Gears up for Thursday Night Football

by Nomadic Display 11. November 2010 00:17

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                        Nomadic Sets the Bar in Set Design


Catch us in the endzone tomorrow, November 11th, for the Baltimore Ravens v. Atlanta Falcons kick off! Nomadic is pleased to announce that the NFL selected a vibrant blue set design needed for their sports broadcasters in order to report a detailed play by play.

NFL spotted the vivid yellow custom sets that we produced for Fox Sports and had to have a set design their very own.  The Nomadic Solutions Studio teamed up to create an a unique custom set that offers unrivaled graphic impact, easy set up and shipping.  If you can't mozy on over to the Georgia Dome, make sure to tune into the NFL network and see us in game highlights.  

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Nomadic Takes a BOW at The Naval Museum Madrid

by Nomadic Display 9. November 2010 01:09

See how Nomadic can create an ocean of opportunity for your event marketing program
Nomadic Display creates an OCEAN of opportunities for the Spanish Navy Marines. The Infantry needed a platform to expand their mission critical recruiting efforts. The Armada's existing custom displays were too heavy and cumbersome to set up so the Spanish Navy Marines sought a lighter weight solution. They wanted a custom exhibit that would be easy to assemble and reconfigure to accommodate varied applications.

After reviewing hundreds of design proposals countrywide, The Spanish Navy Marines selected their premier supplier and issued marching orders to MSB Massa Barzano.  The local supplier, MSB Massa Barzano called on Nomadic to assist in the design and implementation of 20 custom displays. The final design enables the Spanish recruitment fleet to use the displays alone or combine them for use in larger venues. 
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Magnetic graphic panels promote the Spanish Navy Marine’s slogan: “An Ocean of Opportunities” and are easily interchangeable to accomodate different target audiences. 

The shipping cases were seamlessly transformed into backlit graphic kiosks and converted into counters for product display.


All of the easily portable displays made their debut at the esteemed Naval Museum Madrid where key stakeholders remarked on the quality, ease of assembly and versatility of the custom exhibits.  The Spanish Navy Marine's custom displays will continue to promote infantry enlistment
in their anticipated installation at 5 Naval bases throughout Spain. 

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Don't forget to check back this Thursday on how to use Foursquare as a springboard for your event promotions.

3 SpOOktacular Event Giveaways That You'll Want to Include in Next Year's Budget

by Nomadic Display 28. October 2010 19:50

 
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                    SpOOktacular Event Giveaways
Halloween is right around the corner and I got to thinking about how much Halloween trick or treating resembles trade show attendance. Trick or treaters (your audience) scour the neighborhood (the show floor) looking for tricks (products and services) and receiving treats (event giveaways). Some houses (booths) are more popular than others in the neighborhood because they deliver the goods.  So if you want to be among the popular exhibitors, here are the premium giveaways that will have trades show attendees SCREAMING for more.

Drink and be Merry
Ceramic Mug:

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Ceramic mugs are a favorite among B2B audiences. Whether you are an avid coffee drinker or prefer the sophisticated undertones of tea, a mug is the perfect platform to get your necessary caffeine fix.  
For You 
Ceramic mugs are a great promotional vehicle for your company.  They are useful, coveted and commented on before/during/after meetings by professional’s companywide. Mugs provide a daily reminder of your brand and heighten your campaign visibility.  For a ceramic mug to be truly portable and widely used make sure the handle is large enough to accommodate at least three fingers of a man's hand.

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Tote Bag: 

For them
Promotional totes continue to be a hit for trade show attendees because for their usefulness in storing: reading material, lunch, groceries, gym clothes,diapers...etc.
For You
A tote bag offers you more visual real estate to communicate your brand (through your logo and imagery relevant to your target audience).  Available in hundreds of styles and colors, they are lightweight to ship and are compact enough to store in your booth since most fold flat.  Unless you are targetting a particular gender, select a design that appeals to both men and women. Consider cloth totes made from recycled fibers to promote your organization as one that is environmentally responsible and prides itself on employing sustainable strategies.

Go for a Drive

USB Drive:

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USB drives save users time and computer space by allowing them to store critical documents in a portable unit, whether they use the hotel business center or their company lap top.
For You
While pricier than the previous two items, usb drives are highly valued and promote business productivity.  USB drives are like business cards, you can never have too many of them.  They can carry your company logo, website url and/or telephone number.  In addition you can provide your company's collateral in pdf form on the drive for attendees to download after the show - Voila you've just eliminated the need to send post show fulfillment!

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Celebrate with us, Nomadic turns..

by Nomadic Display 8. October 2010 20:08

 
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                          NOMADIC DISPLAY TURNS 35!
Today Nomadic celebrates 35 years of being a market leader in high-quality custom modular and portable display solutions, graphics and rentals for trade shows events and mobile presentations. To usher in the fall season and celebrate our 35th birthday we thought we’d let you in on our exclusive family recipe, Janet’s Yummy Pumpkin Cake. 

You can enjoy this delightful pastry with your friends and family during Sunday Night Football or pair it with your morning cup of coffee. 
Follow the simple steps below and you will be sinking your teeth into moist pumpkin cake that has undertones of nutmeg and cinnamon satisfying even the most sophisticated palate! 

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                                            Janet's Yummy Pumpkin Cake


Ingredients
1box of Duncan Hines Yellow Cake Mix                          
¼ Cup of Water  
4 eggs
½ Cup of vegetable oil                                                                                   
1 Can of Libby's pumpkin puree (16oz)   
1 ½ tsp of Cinnamon
¾ Cup of Sugar  
½ tsp of Nutmeg                                              

Enjoy Janet's Yummy Pumpkin CakeDirections
Combine
all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir 2 – 3 minutes. 

Pour batter in a greased tube pan
Bake at 350 degrees for one hour
Let cool for 10-15 minutes before you spread icing (optional)
Recommended: If you are a sweet tooth like me, you might want to spread cream cheese frosting on top of the Pumpkin cake once it has fully cooled.

"Family Recipes" Korean Beef Short Ribs

by Nomadic Display 28. May 2010 21:38
The World’s Best Korean Beef Short Ribs
5 lbs         Short ribs, Korean style (thinly sliced)
½              Onion, big
1 ½           Garlic cloves, crushed
4 stalks     Scallions
¾ “            Ginger piece, fresh
¼ C          Ginger Ale, plus another ¼ c of Ginger Ale for later
½” slice    Kiwi-smooshed (works as a tenderizer)
1 ½ C       Soy Sauce
½ C          Sesame oil
¾ C          Sugar, plus another 1/3 C of sugar
8 pkgs      Splenda
1 Tbsp      Black pepper plus 1 tsp
2 Tbsp      Sesame seeds, crushed   
Marinade
Roughly chop onion. Peel and wash garlic cloves. Trim and wash scallions. Peel piece of ginger. Place onion, garlic, scallions and ginger piece in food processor and make it soft and mushy.
  • Add ginger ale to food processor to make it really mushy.
  • Pour contents into large mixing bowl.
  • Add smooshed Kiwi slice.
  • Add soy sauce. Stir.
  • Add sesame oil. Stir.
  • Add sugar. Stir.
  • Add Splenda packets. Stir.
  • Add black pepper. Stir.
  • Add crushed sesame seeds. Stir.
  • Add another ¼ C ginger ale. Stir.
Meat
Wash and rinse the short ribs to clean. Lightly stretch out each short rib to help thin out each piece- but not so much that you tear the meat.

Let short ribs soak in marinade for at least 2 hours or as long as overnight. Grill and eat.

Have a great Memorial's Day weekend!

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Lions, tigers and... oh my!

by Nomadic Display 14. April 2010 02:14
Sunday was a gorgeous day here in Washington with a bright blue sky, warm sunshine and cool, dry air...the first taste of Spring. My husband and I wanted to spend the afternoon outdoors, get a little exercise and reconnect with our inner child. So we decided to pop the top on the Miata and drive down to the National Zoo.

An hour later we were at the Panda pavilion. Mei Xiang, our expectant mother, was snoozing in the sun in a corner spot making it difficult to see her.

Next we headed over to the elephant house. It was undergoing construction...we wondered where elephants, hippos and giraffes go while their home is being renovated? We walked around to see the gorillas and then the big cats.... lions, tigers.

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Went down to watch the sea lions show off their superior swimming and sunbathing skills.

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The sounds of live entertainment grew louder as we approached the center of the park. Vendors were selling crafts and refreshments. Imagine my surprise when we came upon a US Dept of Agriculture tent with an Instand display! The giant graphic was an illustration promoting nutrition. As you can see it certainly did its job attracting youngsters.


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In my twenty-four years with Nomadic, I have to admit it wasn't my first surprise encounter with a Nomadic display. Instand shows up everywhere...even at the Zoo! No wonder it’s the most popular portable in the world.

Now you can have your very own at historically low prices. Check out our selection today.

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Nomadic Display "Family Recipes": A Green Dessert to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

by Nomadic Display 18. March 2010 00:32
Irish Delight

1 1/2 C Flour
1/2 C Pecans
1 1/2 C Powder Sugar
2 Pkgs Pistachio Instant Pudding (Royal)
1 1/2 Margarine Stick
12 oz Soft Cream Cheese
3 C Milk
  Cool Whip

FIRST LAYER
Press flour, margarine and pecans together and bake at 350º until golden brown. Then Cool.

SECOND LAYER
Cream together cream cheese and powder sugar and spread on top of 1st layer.

THIRD LAYER
Blend pistachio pudding and milk until thick and pour over 2nd layer.

FOURTH LAYER

Top 3rd layer with Cool Whip and sprinkle chopped pecans on top

Refrigerate for 24 hours and Enjoy.
Happy St. Patrick's Day
Shamrock

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Blizzard conditions (Brrr!) in the DC metro area last week doesn't stop production.

by Nomadic Display 20. February 2010 02:03

Happy Friday!

I have one word for you...

"Blizzard"

I never thought I would say that word in conjunction with the DC Metro Area. As Nomadic endured the biggest snow storm, in DC history with 33". DC came to a standstill last week as 2 blizzards ransacked the Metro area, people stayed in doors and hunkered down with blankets and cocoa. There were snowball fights to plan, igloo's to build, icicles to avoid and tons of shoveling to do. It took us 6 hours to dig out 2 cars.

Nomadic was "officially" shut down for 4 of the 5 work days. But being a manufacturing company we still had product to produce and customers to support. I'm proud to say we have some highly dedicated people working here. To meet our firm deadlines many of our employees braved these blizzard conditions and made it into work. Here are a few photos that were taken around our building last Friday.

Stay Warm and Have a Wonderful Weekend

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Happy Thanksgiving from our Nomadic Family to yours! Here's a Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipe with a Dash of Fun.

by Nomadic Display 25. November 2009 23:35
Family gatherings, turkey, endless array of pies and sides — who doesn’t like Thanksgiving? Everything has to be tasty including the “stuffing.”

And as we all know, the preparation behind the scene of cooking Thankgiving dinner can get a little bit demanding. We thought we would share a stuffing recipe from Nomadic’s “Family Recipes” cookbook that you may like to try for your own Thanksgiving dinner. It’s an anonymous contribution that comes with extra sips of fun.

Sausage/Cornbread Stuffing: “Bailey’s Singlemalt”
  • 1 glass - Singlemalt Scotch
  • 1 cup - Celery, diced
  • 1 lb. - Sausage, pan fried
  • 1 - onion, minced
  • ½ cup - Butter
  • ½ cup - Green pepper, chopped
  • 6 cups - Cornbread, crumbled
  • 2 tsp - salt
  • 6 cups - Bread Crumbs, soft
  • ½ tsp - Pepper
  • 2 - Eggs, well beaten
  • 1 ¼ cup - Water
Bake cornbread (sip Scotch). Cool and tear into small pieces (sip Scotch). Fry sausage (sip Scotch) and transfer to plate. Keep drippings (sip Scotch). Cook celery and onions in sausage drippings for 5 minutes (2 to 5 sips of Scotch).

Mix bread crumbs, corn bread, celery, onions, peppers (sip Scotch). Cut up butter and mix with bread mixture (sip Scotch). Mix in cooked sausage (sip Scotch), fold in beaten eggs (sip Scotch) and stir in water (into mixture, not Scotch- sip Scotch).


Stuff in bird or bake in oven at 350° for 30 minutes.


So unwind, relax and have a great time. Happy Thanksgiving from our Nomadic Family to yours!

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