Nimlok Kentucky recently customized the Nimlok Velocity exhibit for Coffee & Bagels, a restaurant and catering service joint venture for Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros Bagels, that Coffee & Bagels could use to sell franchises for non-traditional locations. Nimlok Kentucky designed a 10′ x 20′ customized Velocity modular exhibit coupling Nimlok’s versatile “building block” system of interconnecting extrusion frames with fabric graphics. The solution reconfigures into one 10ft wide display and two individual 5ft wide displays, one for each brand. The versatile Velocity Nimlok extrusion system enabled Coffee & Bagels to adapt their message to targeted audiences. For more information, contact Nimlok Kentucky, 2505 Technology Drive, Louisville, KY 40299; (Web Site)


Accenta Display offers the Supreme exhibit system, which is the ultimate portable exhibit display system. It has a custom-look, is lightweight and portable and has a unique magnetic system which allows you to position graphics to create a seamless look. Because it is modular, you can reconfigure it to create endless variations and sizes depending on available floor space. Graphics are easily interchangeable, which allows you to reuse the structure for different campaigns and brands. Supreme is a marketing investment that evolves as your needs do – with endless possibilities for add-ons and graphic changes. For more information, contact Accenta Display, 250 Superior Blvd, Mississauga Ontario L5T 2L2; (Web Site)


IDEC Displays produced this 20×20 custom modular exhibit for American Renal Associates, a national provider of dialysis services, focused exclusively on joint venture relationships with nephrologists (kidney specialists). The exhibit was open and inviting, and could be reconfigured to fit a variety of environments, such as the 20×30 booth space at the annual American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week show in Chicago. IDEC Displays designed a lighted exhibit branded on all sides and allowing for foot traffic to flow freely through it. The custom modular exhibit includes storage and display counters and features a square hanging fabric sign suspended above it,. This exhibit was created by IDEC Displays, 60 Shawmut Road, Suite 5, Canton MA 02021; (Web Site)


FOGA Displays from Outwater Plastics feature high quality, lightweight, aluminum construction allowing for easy operation and an endless variety of arrangements and configurations to properly display ads. The displays also provide a sleek, modern look for all displayed advertisements. Along with FOGA Display’s large range of uses, including illuminating and non-illuminating displays, these double extruded, aluminum profiles accommodate single sided, double sided, and 4 sided SEG displays. These features make the FOGA displays much more adaptable and customizable than other displays available on the market today. For more information, contact Outwater Plastics Industries, 24 River Road, Bogota, NJ 07603; (Web Site)


Orbus Exhibit & Display Group offers a number of off-the-shelf and customized modular exhibit solutions with the use of its Vector Frame™ extrusion system. This customized 10′ x 20′ inline exhibit was built with the Vector Frame extrusion system and featured a three-part backwall, along with a three-part counter to emulate the news desk from the movie Anchorman. The exhibit was built with the aluminum extrusion frame system and featured superior push-fit fabric graphics. All Vector Frame off-the-shelf and custom exhibits are manufactured in the USA. For more information on the Vector Frame line, contact Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, 9033 Murphy Rd., Woodridge IL 60517; (Web Site)


Fossil Exhibits created ETECH’S booth, which was located in the center, along the main aisle of the SPE ATCE show in Houston. The intention was to create a booth that brought attention to the space by the massive presence of the brand. ETECH wanted to have a 40’x50′ rental booth with components to be used at a future show in a 20’x30′ booth. The main Octanorm structure, was cladded with overlay panels with their various brands highlighted in vinyl lettering. The interior had a fabric sign that was suspended from the main structure with 3 circular signs over the cafe area. Workstations were located on the exterior with a large theater area facing the main traffic flow. The theater area was at capacity for all presentations. Workstations were utilized for one-on-one demonstrations of the product. The cafe area was well attended. For more information, contact Fossil Exhibits International, 500 Northpark Central Dr., Houston TX 77073; (Web Site)