Table Top Displays are an easy way to make an impact at your next trade show or event.
Maybe you’re setting up a pop up shop within a retailer or looking for more of a permanent fixture within a retail store? Maybe you have a product to display or a company to advertise at a college fair? Or maybe


In my last post, I wrote about the Differences Between Trade Show Back Walls. The last article pointed out the features of each different frame system and why you might prefer one versus another. In this article, I wanted to talk more in depth about one of those frame systems: The TRIGA Frame System


In this post I will be discussing the Tubular Display System. Most seasoned Exhibitors are already familiar with the stretch fabric displays, but I wanted to go into more depth about what makes this type of display the perfect DIY option for many and share with you some Best Practices to improve your next Event experience.


So far, we’ve talked about the TRIGA Frame System and the Tubular Displays from the article, “Understanding the Difference Between Trade Show Back Walls”. The third and final display mentioned is the SEG Frame System. This unique Exhibit option is the most versatile and custom of all the options


Exhibitors have been using Towers in their booths more and more lately. Just a couple of years ago, there weren’t very many options to choose from and the options that did exist were expensive and clunky. Now the options seem limitless.

The Custom Modular Pro Counter to the right is a hard panel counter/ kiosk that has front side graphics and back side locking door with mid-shelf.


In our last blog post, we discussed Table Top Displays. We briefly touched on Printed Table Covers as they fit within this category, but they really do deserve a post of their own. Printed Table Covers seem straightforward but they are actually more complex than you would suspect. This is not a bad thing though, folks! It’s actually a good thing because this means you will have more options when choosing a Table Cover for your next show or event.


Why a Hanging Sign?
If your Booth Space is like your Business Headquarters for 3 or 4 days while the show is taking place, then a large Hanging Sign suspended over your Booth is like your storefront sign. There are generally 2 Main Reasons to use a Hanging Sign.


The average hanging sign for your typical trade show does not actually require the use of a truss system to suspend the sign above your booth. Smaller signs sized up to 20 or 30 feet only need the usage of standard cable rigging. By using the cable rigging, the sign is connected from the hanging sign itself to specific points on the convention center ceiling. The top of the hanging sign that connects in this way can also be called a bridle. However, when it comes to making as big of an impact as you can, you want your sign to, quite literally, tower above the competition.