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.