When Saint Arnold Brewing set out to exhibit at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), they wanted attendees to not only sample and learn about their selection of beers, but also leave a lasting impression. Operating in a small 10′x10′ space and within a modest budget, Saint Arnold Brewing called upon Excalibur Exhibits to design an exhibit that guests could relate to. Since weddings are one of life’s most memorable events, Excalibur Exhibits designed a gothic-style wedding chapel that was fully branded with the Saint Arnold Brewing Co. logo. The inline booth occupied a corner space, leaving one side completely open to foot traffic. The sidewalls of the exhibit were designed to be open with a large gothic doorway at the front that allowed the crowd to easily view the entire exhibit. For more information, contact Excalibur Exhibits, 7120 Brittmoore Rd #430, Houston TX 77379; (Web Site) www.excaliburexhibits.com


Happy Family was looking for an exhibit that would make their brand visible on any show floor. This 10′ x 30′ island exhibit uses an open floor plan and integrated technology to draw visitors in, while shelving throughout the booth allows for easy display of Happy Family’s line of products. Accent lighting within the softly curved laminate arch enhances the messaging and products, and a small seating area invites visitors to stay and talk. A central tower and fabric hanging sign clearly broadcast the brand across the show floor. This exhibit was created by Origin Exhibit Structures, a division of Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, 380 Veterans Parkway, Bolingbrook IL 60440; (Web Site) www.orbuscompany.com


This 40′ x 40′ custom rental exhibit was created for the International Cheese Technology Expo 2014. A 14′H Tetra Pak-branded storage tower offered high identity and corporate messaging while serving a practical purpose by housing a recessed cooler for the hospitality area. Its spiral-shaped design also brought creative flair to the booth space and permitted AV elements, graphics and literature to be displayed. Large, custom-built workstations permitted machine-specific messaging and imagery to be communicated via AV, graphic and literature-based means and these were situated next to their respective equipment. One such station also possessed a viewing platform whereby visitors could look into the inner workings of the machine on display – thus facilitating a truly interactive experience. This exhibit was created by Fusion Creative, 745 Creekside Industrial Court, Lawrenceville, GA 30043; (Web Site) www.fusion.atl.com


If You Care debuted this custom 20′ x 20′ exhibit at the recent Natural Products Expo West 2014 in Anaheim, CA. If You Care wanted to convey their brand messaging of environmentally friendly household products with a natural look and feel. The customer wanted the exhibit to have multiple configurations including 10′ x 30′ island, 10′ x 20′ inline, 20′ x 20′ island and 10′ x 10′ inline. It was built using raw lumber with laminate finish, LED lighting and product shelves. This exhibit was created for If You Care by Nationwide Displays, 100 Christopher Street, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779; (Web Site) www.nationwidedisplays.com


Chet Morrison Contractors, a provider of construction, fabrication and well services to the oil and gas industry, was looking for an open and inviting space with comfortable areas for client interaction and product demonstrations. Nimlok Louisiana worked with Chet Morrison to develop a cost-effective 20′ x 30′ exhibit that incorporated modular, extrusion-based structures with smaller custom pieces. Two towers, one 25′ tall, the other 16′ tall feature the Chet Morrison logo with bold, blue graphics. The open layout includes space for seating, integrated technology and a small bar area for refreshments. This exhibit was created for Chet Morrison Contractors by Nimlok Louisiana, 1325 Eraste Landry Road, Lafayette, LA 70506; (Web Site) www.nimlok-louisiana.com


bem wireless used this rental exhibit for a 20′x 30′ island space at the CES 2014 show. The client wanted to showcase their product with a clean, simple, modern looking exhibit. This exhibit featured a clean, white stark look, with open seating areas and demo kiosks; a banner was hung from the ceiling to call attention at the show; a small storage closet and a greeting area with 50″ monitor; open kiosk meeting areas; furniture to be inviting; and large impact graphics, in strategic locations to segment the space. The modular exhibit was able to break down to a 10×20 inline. Attendees could see the clear hanging banner and if they were interested in a new wireless offering – they stopped by their booth. The bem wireless rental exhibit was produced by The Tradeshow Network Marketing Group, 1900 E. Tyler Road, St. Charles, IL 60174; (Web Site) www.thetradeshownetwork .com