MODdisplays Releases Eco-Friendly Trade Show Display System

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Exhibit One Trade Show Display System is the market's most environmentally friendly.

The release of the Exhibit One display marks a systemic change in the culture and policies at MODdisplays. In an effort to reduce our impact on the world we all live in, we have converted to a completely paperless office, and we have taken a number of steps to initiate environmentally responsible policies

MODdisplays is proud to announce the release of the Exhibit One display system, which is the most environmentally friendly system available on the market today. Businesses who want to market their company at trade shows are quickly discovering that eco-friendly trade show displays produce higher returns and more good will. We believe that a recent change in the way people think about the environment has spurred the success of the Exhibit One display system. MODDisplays can be found online at: http://www.moddisplays.com .

The health of our environment and the onset of global climate change are issues which have become increasingly important to businesses over the past few years. Business owners are realizing that the vast majority of consumption occurs in the business settings, not personal settings. A single business owner that decides to clean up his/her practices can make an enormous impact, while individuals are only capable of limited results.

The Exhibit One Display System is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that was engineered for efficient and clean production. The entire facility is powered using only wind energy, which is one of the most renewable and clean forms of energy available. Despite the massive scale on which these displays are produced, the facility produces a comparably tiny amount of waste. Instead, the components that were unused from the production of one product are immediately recycled to produce other products.

The Exhibit One Trade Show Display System is made entirely of recyclable materials. The structure of the display is made from aluminum extrusions, which can be recycled just as easily as aluminum cans. The main structure is accented by wooden counter tops and canopies, which are produced using the most renewable and recyclable plywood on the planet. The canopy comes with energy efficient recessed lighting, and the entire display packs into a recycled and recyclable roto-molded case.

In addition to its entirely recyclable construction, the Exhibit One components can be reconfigured repeatedly as the needs of exhibitors change. This not only serves to save exhibitors precious time and money, but also eliminates any excuses for disposing of your trade show display system. With only a few simple modifications that can be done without the aid of tools, the exhibitor can transform the system to work in a number of different booth spaces.

"The release of the Exhibit One display marks a systemic change in the culture and policies at MODdisplays. In an effort to reduce our impact on the world we all live in, we have converted to a completely paperless office, and we have taken a number of steps to initiate environmentally responsible policies," Andy Keeler, President of MODDisplays said. "By offering the Exhibit One display system, we have helped to create a trade show display option that is eco-friendly, yet still offers a professional and modern feel."

According to recent studies done by Exhibitor Magazine, over 90% of exhibitors would choose an environmentally friendly trade show display if the price and quality were equal. The Exhibit One display system meets that need.

About MODDisplays

MODdisplays is a brand new company founded on the premise that bringing trade show display sales to the internet can create the best buying experience for exhibitors. Keeping this premise in mind our goal is simple: we want to create the easiest way for our customers to buy quality displays, Banner Stands, and Trade Show Flooring that meet their individual needs.

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Andy Keeler
http://www.moddisplays.com
1-877-663-3976

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