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December 15th, 2008 by Trade Show Help --> · 3 Comments

Tags: Booth Space Selection

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  • 1 Advatum // Dec 16, 2008 at 9:53 am

    There are fabric pole covers available made for exactly this.

    From the manufacturer’s site:

    “Never again spend time trying to hide those banged up silver poles behind your draping. Radius® Pole Covers slip over your poles to effectively make them disappear. The covers are manufactured like a sock and simply slip over the pole. Slits are included so crossbar installation is simple as well. Available in over 40 colors, Radius Pole Covers will coordinate with your draping or ours and you’ll never again be embarrassed by unsightly or reflective poles!

    * 100% polyester fabric in 4 styles and a rainbow of colors (see swatches).
    * NFPA 701 & CA Flame Retardant
    * Machine washable (see care instructions)
    * Made in the USA”

    The manufacturer is Radius Displays. We’re a dealer for them, if you would like to arrange to get them or know more.

    All the best at your coming tradeshow!

  • 2 The Tradeshow Mentor // Dec 19, 2008 at 11:46 am

    You can cover them with a banner.

    Order an extra banner for your booth that you can wrap around the pole.

    It can be a bit more tricky if its skinny pole as opposed to one that is thicker.

    If it is skinny, purchase some inexpensive wallpaper. Make sure the wallpaper is the same color as your logo. Before the show starts, wrap the pole up with the wallpaper and tape it into place.

    The Tradeshow Mentor
    http://tradeshow-mentor.blogspot.com/

  • 3 bvents // Jan 20, 2009 at 2:29 am

    Poles can be an advantage, use it to upgrade the booths, just like the Mentor said.

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