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TIP Top Ways To Make Your Bannerstand DAZZLE

by Kat Shea 13. July 2011 18:01


We gave some tips previously about Show Smart ways that banner stands can liven up your face-to-face marketing mix; these ultra portable roll up solutions are ideal for taking on the road where ever your marketing needs may lead you. They’re lightweight, retractable for the fastest set-up and take down, accommodate inkjet or fabric printed panels on one or two sides, and are affordable. Here are some innovative ideas for maximizing the use of your roll up banner stand:

Your Roll Up Banner Stand Can Be:

A graphic backwall- Place two or three banner stands side-by-side to create an economical backwall. Each canister holds a section of a larger image, so why not add it to the second side of your banner stands.  That way you can have a stand alone presentation on one side and on the opposite side a section of a larger image when you want to place it alongside other units for a larger presentation. SignLine Swift's unique double-barreled canister is delivered to you with two built-in roller cartridges, just add the graphic.

A welcome sign - Add a roll up banner stand to your lobby or showroom to familiarize visitors with your brand, current campaign or promotional offers. Or spotlight your awards, testimonials and high profile clients.  

A table top display for trade shows or corporate events- Convert your banner stands into a table top display by simply unrolling the graphic to a few feet in height.  Make sure that when designing the layout for your roll up banner stand that you locate your logo and key messages toward the top..…now you have two portable displays for the price of one and both provide consistent messaging for your brand.

Directional signage - Banner stands are a great way to guide traffic to your business breakfast, educational sessions you are sponsoring, your hospitality suite, or areas within your exhibit space. 

Check out how two winners of the National Small Business Week are using their Nomadic banner stands in their day-to-day marketing routines:

Lisa M. Lujan, Small Business Association winner from Texas of Mentioning Minds uses her Nomadic banner stand to show customer appreciation.
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Brian Bowers, Small Business Association winner from Hawaii of Bowers & Kubota uses his Nomadic Banner Stand to get new clients.
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