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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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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.

Are you ready for some football? Nomadic will appear Sunday on 6 NFL games on Fox.

by Nomadic Display 11. September 2010 00:27
Football After a long (getting longer every year) wait, at last, football is back. And to start this season off Nomadic is going to make an appearance at 6 games in 6 cities on Fox this Sunday.

That’s right!

As you are watching the broadcasters in the booth giving you a play-by-play, take a look at the backdrop behind them. We may not be making or announcing the plays but we are in the booth anxiously awaiting the outcome for each game.


Fox chose our Nomadic DesignLine to use as a backdrop behind the broadcasters for their nationwide games, for its graphic impact, easy setup and shipping.

We will be at New Meadowlands Stadium -  New York, Soldier Field - Chicago, Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Quest Field - Seattle, and Edward Jones Dome - St. Louis.


Catch you in the endzone!


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Hey Batter, Batter! Nomadic plans to trounce Apple Rock in our Softball re-match.

by Nomadic Display 7. August 2010 01:17
SoftballThe game is set. The players are ready.

The Nomadicheads are headed to North Carolina to play the Apple Rock Displayers in our 2nd Softball Game.

So now the trophy's fate is in the hands of the select few who stood up and said "What are you crazy? You want me to travel for 10 Hours for a 2 Hour game?

Okay, bring it on!"


The positions were selected. Practice was held. We had wild throws, missed catches, flung bats and realized we had gotten old. The fate of the trophy was not looking that great.

But then it happened, the spark of competition, the need to win and we had to shift positions again. The team started playing like they been for years, with a likeness to Willie Mays it ended our fears.

With new bruises, sore backs and muscles that hadn't been used in years. Our team sets out tomorrow, with the hopes of a company to bring the trophy back home where it belongs.

Good luck to our players...Pat, Lynn, Dave, Hendrik, Abel, Darrin, Dan, Nathan, Lakia, Archie and Kat
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Ode to Marie
Apple Rock had called.
They were up for a game.
Nomadic, it seemed,
Was destined for fame.

The “Skirmish” was set.
Marie had a date.
With destiny, the future,
Her tempting of fate.

The first practice was held
On a bright, sunny day.
Marie was ready and
She was anxious to play.

Marie stepped to the plate
And with an energy burst
Swung hard at the ball
And wound up standing on first.

Marie ran on to second
When someone flew out.
The fact she could run
Was never in doubt.

It all happened so quickly
Some might not have seen
How fast Marie ran.
Like a lightning machine.

When the next ball was hit
Marie flew on her feet.
She thought that she’d make third
Without a missing a beat.

She should have been safe.
And safe by a mile!
But there in her path
Stood Jack with a smile.
Marie’s instincts took over
As she began to drop down.
She made the decision
To visit “dirt town”.

But suddenly the horror
Of what Marie had just done
Was evident to all
Who stood there, just stunned.

Marie desperately tried
To slide under the tag.
She hit rocks. She hit pebbles.
She didn’t hit the bag.

She was out by a mile.
Marie’s slide was in vain.
And her leg was in tatters
And in terrible pain.

Her slide had good form.
It was just a bad field.
Her once beautiful leg
Now appeared to be peeled.

It’s taken quite some time
For her pain to subside.
She lost a chunk of her skin,
But not one ounce of pride.

Marie proudly will show you
This scar that will heal.
Just don’t ask to see it
Before a big meal.

Marie’s a true team player-
A tribute to the game.
And for this, Marie’s been inducted
To Nomadic’s Hall of Fame.

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