Ask These Questions About Pop Up Displays In Connecticut
February 29, 2016
If You Are Purchasing A Pop Up Display In Connecticut, Ask These QuestionsIf you’re an exhibitor, these are words to live by: “Let the buyer beware”. It is a good maxim to keep in mind, especially if you are buying a pop up display in Connecticut. There are plenty of low cost options available, especially from online sources, but “how much does it cost” is not the only question you should be asking. Getting the most from your marketing dollars means looking beyond the purchase price when purchasing items for your trade show booth.
Will They Be There After Purchase?
It is not hard to go to Google and find companies willing to sell you a pop up display, but is the sale the end of their relationship with you? Too often, when you buy online from a company in a far-away city or country, you end up on your own. On the other hand, if you choose a company such as Skyline to fill your trade show needs, you get support that continues after the sale is completed. Try getting on-site support in another city from an Internet company. Dealing with a company that has dealer offices in nearly 80 US cities and over 130 offices worldwide, including in the most popular trade show locales, gives you a level of support that internet companies will not be able to provide.
What Materials Do They Use?
A low priced pop up display may seem like a good deal, until it gets easily damaged and you have to purchase another one. Of course that doesn’t even take into account the inconvenience of having your display get damaged during a show or event. Imagine the stress you would feel if your display was leaning noticeably, because the frame was bent. Many low cost displays keep their cost low by using less desirable materials, especially for the frame. Aluminum may seem like a good idea until it becomes bent. Then you are stuck with the choice of buying another frame or allowing your brand to be represented in a sub-standard way. Instead, a buyer should look for frames made of fiberglass or carbon fiber.
Can They Provide More Than Just A Frame And Graphics?
There is a lot more to a successful trade show booth than erecting a pop up display and setting up a table. A quality provider will be able to help you add accessories that come available down the road or perhaps existing ones as your needs change. Your needs may even change for a specific show. For example, you may want to rent a two-sided display for a show that has placed you in a middle aisle. Perhaps you decide you want to add end panels, backlighting or multimedia displays. What about customized reception desks? Good luck getting those on from a discount Internet company. However, using a local specialist can get you those things and more. Take a look at some of the amazing ways your brand could be displayed at your next show.
If you need a pop up display in the Connecticut area, the Skyline team is available to help. Contact us or stop by our showroom and lets us work with you to create a trade show display that will represent your brand in the manner it should be represented.