Trade Show Displays Are Not Just for Trade Shows Anymore

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Vendors, businesses likely to use pop-up booths to send their message to the DNC in August

20' Alumalite Straight Display

When the National Democratic Convention lands in Denver, Colorado August 23 - 28, 2008, an anticipated 50,000 attendees will 15,000 press. The bandwidth of attention the press brings to the Mile High City will prompt local vendors and businesses to promote their messages to the world that is watching, listening and visiting.

Trade Show Emporium in Denver, Colorado will be ready to fill in conventioneer's special trade show booth needs, with proactive 18-hour days. The company is located at 2314 Broadway, only blocks from the Denver Convention Center. Trade Show Emporium is also offering free delivery and pick up of the trade show booth components.

The most portable message board Trade Show Emporium carries is the banner stand. Able to be used almost anyplace, these banner stands work particularly well in break rooms, at entry doors or in sales team meeting rooms as inspiration. Motivational messages run second only to new release announcements, says Willis Wood, owner of Trade Show Emporium.

Historically limited to use in trade shows, pop-up displays available today on the market are outfitted with a myriad of accessories making them ideal for applications other than just trade shows. A pop-up booth is ideal to display a message in the reception area or lobby of a business, bank or hotel. All it takes is room enough for an 8 or 10-foot wide booth--plus a height of 10 feet to allow for the display lighting to be properly attached to the header of the booth.

Some companies design their booth graphics so that one of the three to four panels (depending on the size of the booth, 8- and 10-feet respectively) can be interchanged. That spares the expense of designing and printing an entirely new set of graphics, but allows for specific messages to be delivered, as in the DNC application, an event that's held only every four years.

An Alumalite display is the latest in hybrid display technology. Incorporating Octanorm aluminum hardware, trapeze canopy cover (wave, arch, or straight), Inkjet graphics, and frosted plex header/wings are both innovative and eye catching. The Alumalite trade show display has the ability to attach LCD screens directly to the trade show display hardware.

The upcoming DNC is being promoted as "the greenest DNC ever." In keeping with the burgeoning awareness of environmental safe-keeping, this DNC will be red, white, blue and green all over. The Pepsi Center, headquarters for DNC activities, will be powered by renewable wind and solar energy and Camco, the Official Carbon Advisor, will track the carbon footprint of all convention-related activities including the mileage covered by all DNC vehicles.

Even trade show booth manufacturers have gotten socially responsible building booths of eco-friendly materials like bamboo and recycled plastic.The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System of the U.S. Green Building Council has ranked these materials for their carbon footprint. Exhibit options range from eco-friendly banner stands, pop-ups, 10x10's, 10x20's, 20x20's, as well as unique customizing capabilities.

Please visit Trade Show Emporium for more information on the products and services they offer. Call (866) 764-2968

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