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NEW! Envision Modular Trade Show Displays

by Gwen Parsons 29. May 2015 16:53

If you’re like many exhibitors – you want it all – great design, easy set-up, durability, compact portability…oh and don’t forget upgrade options. With Nomadic’s newest innovation, now you can have it all.


Envision trade show displays make a statement with ultra-sleek style.

A trade show display does more than just present a marketing message, it projects an image for your company. Envision trade show displays deliver first class style with ease. A ten foot Envision display packs complete with accessories into one portable case and sets up in minutes without tools.



Envision trade show displays offer more than exhibitors may expect at a cost less than they might imagine.

Envision trade show display features are generous:


    • A seamless SEG (silicon edge gasket) fabric graphic panel mounts edge-to-edge on a frame with for a crisp finish.

    • Choice of upgrades including halogen or LED spotlights, dimensional signage, monitors, a second graphic for double sided use and more.

    • Only Envision displays travel complete in an upright case that ships UPS and FedEx.

    • Nomadic stands behind every Envision display with a lifetime warranty.

    • A 10’ Envision display with a set of lights in a RollOne Case is available at special introductory pricing until August 31, 2015.


To learn more about why an Envision display will do good things for you and say good things about you; visit our new product page.

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

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Exhibitions As Art Can Imitate Life

by Gwen Parsons 12. March 2014 23:20

In the midst of one of this year’s biggest snow storms on the east coast, came a breath of spring in the form of an exhibition. Walking through the entrance to the 185th Philadelphia Flower Show was AWESOME.  While that word can be cliché, in this case it’s the only word that adequately described the vision before me.

Philly Flower Show

This year’s show was entitled “ARTiculture” and promised visitors a rare opportunity to experience a unique blend of art and horticulture. Many of displays were designed to celebrate the paintings and sculptures of artists including Alexander Calder, Michelangelo, Monet, Picasso, Pollock, da Vinci and Dali.

Trade Show Displays

All of the exhibits on display were made of fresh and dried flowers, grasses and other organic materials, creating remarkable illusions like this sushi buffet.

Trade Show Exhibits

Daring displays of artistry featured dazzling colors infused with the scent of fresh flowers.

Portable Displays

Crowds walked through the exhibition galleries admiring the wide variety of creative installations and masterful arrangements.

Since most trade show displays don’t possess an alluring scent, maybe the next best thing is graphics that make you think it does.

is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.

 

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