Banner Stands are just as important as the Banner Itself for Trade Showsby Mega Imaging Mega Imaging
Banner stands are just as important for event organizers as are the actual banners and it pays to select finely engineered stands.
When it comes to displaying a banner, there can be no cost cutting. Whether you are operating a retail showroom or managing events, banners are an essential component of your marketing mix and banner stands are just as important. They may prove to be costly, but are a one time investment. Without a backing or a stand, the banner hangs in loose folds and the impact is negative rather than positive.
When it comes to Banner Stands Toronto has quite a few independent suppliers specializing in these as well as trade show display stands and exhibition pop up stands. You could buy cheap stands and then, each time you wish to set one up, fiddle around until you get it right. You have better choices in stands that are portable, foldable, compact and light weight, yet fine examples of sophisticated engineering. These are rugged, reliable and sturdy as well. You have options on single sided or double sided Trade Show Display stands or even scissor types. The most popular are free-standing stands, telescopic or retractable type.
With a telescopic type stand you set the pole to the desired height of the banner, twist to lock, fit pole into the base, lift top rail to lift the graphic, lean the stand backwards and extend the banner until it is stretched flat and tight. The retractable stand is just as easy to set up. You open out the stabilizing foot at the base and plug in the bungee pole, lean the stand backwards and extend banner upwards until it is stretched tight and secure it at the top, all in a matter of minutes. When you consider the savings in time and manpower costs and the looks achieved, these super-engineered stands actually work out cheaper. In addition they look stylish and help create the desired impact.
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