AllBannerStands.com Offers a New Rollup Banner

AllBannerStands.com has once again improved their selection of retractable displays with a new rollup banner. The roller stand comes with custom printed graphics on both sides for targeted, bi-directional advertising. As a result, many tradeshow presenters use the fixture to draw potential customers over to their demonstrations. Retail locations also set up units like this one on sales floors and in entryways to entice passersby.

“Promotional graphics are implemented in all kinds of locations, often for only a short time,” says Sandra Reno, a product acquisition specialist for AllBannerStands. “The compact design and streamlined portability of this rollup banner make it ideal for marketers on the go.”

The rollup banner has two graphic display areas that each measure 33-1/4” wide by 77” high. These vinyl surfaces are digitally printed with customer-supplied imagery. The banners retract into the base of the stand when not in use. In fact, the base is crafted from aluminum to better protect the rolled up graphics. Aluminum construction also results in a much lighter (only 16 lbs. with graphics), more transportable assembly. In addition, a black nylon carrying bag is included to further simplify the process of relocating the display. Though the rollup banner is portable and is commonly used as an interim fixture, it is just as effective as a long-term presentation tool.

“The black finish of this unit is a great alternative to the silver color of many similar stands,” continues Reno. “Not only does this finishing blend seamlessly with most environments, but also it helps conceal normal wear and tear on the rollup banner.”

AllBannerStands.com features a full line of banner stands and POP displays that are available in a variety of formats. Shoppers are able to choose from economy & deluxe retracting styles, non-retractable models, outdoor signage, as well as advertising flags and accessories. Wholesale pricing allows customers to afford quality graphic fixtures without compromising limited budgets.


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