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Museums Choose Modular Exhibit Systems For Gallery Exhibitions

by Gwen Parsons 26. August 2015 22:58

Trade shows open up our world life experience. Sure we conduct business but trade shows and events also give us the opportunity to enjoy local experiences. On your next trip to New Orleans, make a stop at the National WWII Museum. Receiving a half million visitors each year may help explain why it was voted the #1 tourist attraction in New Orleans by TripAdvisor.



Dedicated to telling the story of the American experience in WWII, the Museum offers a compelling portrayal of why it was fought, how it was won and what it means to us today. Over the past 15 years the Museum has grown into a six acre campus with an expansive collection of artifacts including a submarine and incomparable examples of wartime aircraft.

In addition to permanent installations, the Museum showcases rotating exhibits. A few years ago, an exhibition from the US Holocaust Museum using Nomadic Display portable modular display systems travelled to the WWII Museum as a temporary installation. The Museum was impressed with the exhibit system. So when the time came to purchase modular displays for their “Manufacturing Victory” exhibit last year, they contacted Synergy Design Group of New Orleans. The Museum wanted a display system that would enable them to integrate and repurpose the displays for future use in new exhibitions. John Costa, Exhibit Designer, was delighted by the experience saying “Synergy is a joy to work with.”



So when planning this year’s new travelling exhibition about the African American experience in WWII, they brought Synergy Design Group in to work on the project. Entitled “Fighting for the Right to Fight”, the exhibition features large scale modular displays and rich graphic imagery that have to be easy to break down, ship and reassemble.

Next summer the “Fighting for the Right to Right” exhibition will begin a two year national tour.

“Synergy Design Group is able to meet tight deadlines and field last minute changes so I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. We are extremely pleased with Nomadic’s exhibit systems, the quality of manufacturing and the ease with which we will be able to repurpose them” said John Costa, Exhibit Designer.

To see more examples of museum installations using portable modular exhibit systems, visit our client gallery.

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.

 

Police Promote Public Safety with Progressive Pop Up

by Gwen Parsons 25. June 2014 23:58

The Maryland Dept of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) was impressed with the performance of their Instand® table top pop up display. So when it came time to plan for a larger presentation, members of the DPSCS paid a visit to Nomadic’s showroom

During their display consultation, the DPSCS expressed their need for a new trade show exhibit to publicize their mission and services at a variety of events. The requirements for their new trade show booth design were that it needed to represent their overall public safety message and provide the versatility to communicate to different audiences. 

The DPSCS chose a Nomadic best seller - an Instand pop-up display that has the flexibility to be used alone or connected to mini Foundation with accessories.



Mini Foundation enables messaging to be quickly and easily updated through interchangeable graphic signage and electronic content featured on a flat screen monitor.

Peace Officers Memorial Day is an annual, nationwide event sponsored by the National Fraternal Order of Police to pay tribute to local, state, and federal officers. The DPSCS premiered the new display at a Memorial Service to honor the courage and dedication of their officers.  The monitor on the display played a scrolling roll call of officers who died in the line of duty.



The annual Peace Officers Memorial Day Service is attended by fellow officers and their families. 

“The guidance we received from Nomadic  staff was helpful in our quest for a superb presentation that would be both different and better than what we had used before. Our new display meets our exact needs”, said Claude Nelson, Manager, Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute Coordinator.

The DPSCS plans to take their presentation to a state conference for law enforcement as well as trade shows, conventions and conferences in the future.

 

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Nomadic Portable Displays Travel to Festival Honoring Military Service

by Gwen Parsons 15. May 2014 21:06

It’s always a pleasant surprise to come across our clients at events, especially when they honor our nation’s heroes. A couple of weeks ago, we spotted the Office of Commemorations with Nomadic portable displays at the Norfolk NATO Festival in Virginia. This year marked the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. The Office of Commemorations had their FabriMural pop up and Swift Banner Stands in the tent where they provided attendees with commemorative buttons and stickers in honor of those that served.



Along a people-packed parade route near the USS Wisconsin Battleship, the Festival featured participation by each NATO country. With its robust 61-year history, the event provides a wonderful opportunity for attendees to enjoy international food, entertainment and to learn what makes each country’s culture unique.

Children were encouraged to pick up a passport and have it stamped by each country as they traveled around the world of NATO, which was a unique and fun experience for the entire family.



This year’s Norfolk NATO Festival was so special it was recognized as one of the Top 20 Events in the state of Virginia.

As Memorial Day approaches, Nomadic Display is honored to have been a part of the NATO Festival, its proud history and commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War!

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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Nomadic Sponsors Charity Auto Show

by Gwen Parsons 26. November 2013 01:15

Nomadic has organized a charity drive during the holiday season for decades. One of our favorite charities for children is Toys for Tots.  This year one of our employees, Michael Dao, wanted to bring the car club community together for a good cause and suggested combining Toys for Tots donations with a weekend auto show in Nomadic’s parking lot. 

Mike offered to have his auto club, Team Downshift, organize the charity event with SoloStylez. Bobby Ketros, another Nomadic employee , organized a display to promote the event. Car enthusiasts were asked to donate toys instead of a ticketed admission. Entry to the show required one toy donation. Entry of a vehicle in the show required two toy donations.

Nomadic Toys for Tots Charity

US Marine Corp Sgt James Fortune manned the toy donation station at the entrance to the charity event. 

Toy Donation Event by Nomadic Display

Over 300 Toys for Tots donations were collected during the event!

Charities for Children Hosted by Nomadic Display

The crowd enjoyed a sun filled day for our charity event featuring beautiful cars, music by DJ Rigz and food by Oscar’s BBQ and Pho Wheels.

Nomadic's Charity Events

Participants enjoyed admiration from the crowd as they competed to win one of four coveted trophies for Best in Show, Best Exhaust Note, Best Bass and Lowest Static Drop.

Nomadic Charities

Other car clubs joined in the fun including Nu Concepts, Panda Tech, I95 Rydaz and MC Street Kings.

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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