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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Effective Trade Show Displays

Every time there is a trade show event happening here in Orlando, Hubby and I always took the time to come see it. We shop for things that we need in the house and of course, we love receiving free stuffs during the event. It is always fun to visit a trade show because of the colorful and organize business space of the participants. There are trade show flooring so; advertising of their business is visible for everybody. Usually, we start from one end and walk our way towards the other end of the trade show area.

There are live shows and demonstrations of many products such as kitchen appliances, health and wellness machines, sauna and spa, and many more. Most of the time, the business used trade show carpet in their space and it's really attractive and beautifies the area. There are so many of them used logo canopy and the whole space inside is just the right size to display their products. It is not only used outside an open space ground but also indoors.

From my point of view, most of the participants in the trade show are very creative and really do something that can attract customers. Most of their strategies are very effective because I saw people coming out from the trade shows have bags filled with what they bought inside. Well, that would include us. We always buy something we like most. What they did with their area works great and inviting. What more can I say but, thumbs up!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like you learnt a lot and free stuff is always great!


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