Nomadic Display Brings a French Publication Closer to its Readers One of the oldest and most influential regional newspapers in France, Le Progrès, has grown into a multimedia enterprise that offers a diverse range of publication materials and services. Headquartered in Lyon, Le Progrès made plans to take their show on the road to aggressively market their brand of products and programs. They scheduled 30 events in Southwestern France.Le Progrès approached Centrale Expo, Nomadic’s distribution partner in Lyon, for a new, portable modular display system that could be easily configured for various spaces. Centrale Expo proposed a 10x20 Nomadic Instand pop-up exhibit that breaks out into a 10’ display and four smaller units. They may be used as stand-alone displays or in combination with one another to form other configurations to suit different venues. To complement the presentation, Centrale Expo included two slim counters to serve as greeting stations and two tables to provide surfaces for displaying collateral materials. The display solution worked so well for Le Progrès, they purchased four more.“Le Progrès is confident that they made the right choice with the solution that we recommended. They are very impressed with the exhibits’ visual appeal, modularity, as well as with the warranty that comes with Nomadic products, “ says Pascal Perrotin, Centrale Expo’s President.