Xpressions Display BoothsXpressions displays are a popular alternative to traditional popup displays.
The unique three-dimensional look of the Xpressions system will help
you create a lasting impression on attendees and visitors to your trade show booth. Every Xpressions display we offer comes with replaceable fabric graphics that can be changed to suit the needs of your company.
Xpressions Booths vs. Traditional Popup BoothsWhen
compared with traditional popup displays, Xpressions units are
extremely lightweight. In addition to being easier to carry, the
lightweight construction will allow you to save money on shipping
expenses (typically Xpressions units cost about half as much to ship as
traditional popup displays).
The setup time for Xpressions exhibits is less than five seconds, while
popup displays will take 10 - 15 minutes depending on your experience.
If you often find yourself in a time crunch when you're exhibiting at a
trade show, choosing an Xpressions display will save you time by making your assembly process a snap.
fabric graphics for your Xpressions system are produced using a process
called dye sublimation. With this process, your image is essentially
burned onto a durable, washable fabric that is guaranteed never to
wrinkle or fade. Because Xpressions units use small individual
graphics, the cost of replacing graphics is significantly lower than
with traditional trade show exhibits, which can save you money in the
long run if you need to reinvent your brand.
Xpressions Go Green!Xpressions
displays are now produced using recycled and recyclable materials. The
graphics themselves are printed on material using 88% recycled soda
bottles, and the aluminum frame of the system is 100% recycled and
recyclable. Thanks to the lightweight construction, you can conserve
energy in shipping and drayage, which will reduce your carbon footprint
as well as saving you money.
For more information about our Xpressions units, give us a call at 877.MOD.EXPO or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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