PHOTOS: 1.: EXPOSURES LTD.; 2.: XIBEO; 3.: NIMLOK NYC; 4.: EXPOSITION SALES & DESIGN ORLANDO INC. (DBA ROCKWAY EXHIBITS AND EVENTS); 5.: ORBUS EXHIBIT AND DISPLAY GROUP
Toast Inc.'s 20-by-40-foot exhibit stood out with a 12-foot-high tower, demo stations, monitors, a number of double-sided flatscreen kiosks, and a two-tier product-display bar with plenty of seating for guests.
With large Edison bulbs illuminating its 30-by-40-foot exhibit, Twinlab Consolidated Corp. and its Reserveage brand used custom-laminated arch-ways to cover two separate counters, one of which was constructed from modified wine barrels.
Within its 20-by-30-foot exhibit, PLT Health Solutions Inc. erected a 16-foot-tall tower that included translucent center panels with LED etchings of its product's name and logo. A pair of double-sided, backlit "wing walls" flanked the central structure.
A maker of caulks, DAP Products Inc. constructed a 600-square-foot stand that employed 15-foot-high beams clad in wood-like graphics, as well as custom wooden elements and floating shelves.
Neusoft Corp.'s 400-square-foot booth integrated sleek overhead fabric structures to showcase its branding. Meanwhile, well-placed monitors allowed staff to educate attendees on the company, and a central seating area encouraged them to dwell in the exhibit.