Orbus Climbs New Heights at EXHIBITOR2013

The annual EXHIBITOR show being held in Las Vegas, Nevada March 17-21 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center is where industry leaders meet face to face with clients, partners, and prospects to communicate their capabilities, new developments, introduce new products, and more. The Orbus Exhibit & Display Group is ready to climb to new heights, unveiling a fabric-covered 20-by-20-foot double-decker exhibit. Orbus will showcase some of its 100 new tension fabric products, recently introduced in January, along with its popular banner stands, truss kits, lighting solutions, and much more.

Orbus’ 20-by-20-foot exhibit exemplifies its construction and manufacturing capabilities by customizing one of its rental deck exhibits. The two-story design allows ample space for Orbus to display and demonstrate a vast variety of its most popular products. The semi-encloused lower level allows for more display area, as well as a meeting space. The booth’s overall innovative and architectural design is open and inviting, offering show attendees a great place to stop and learn about the advantages of Orbus.

New products on display will include displays from Orbus’ tension fabric line, such as the Shark Fin indoor or outdoor event banner; a condensed version of the 20-foot Formulate™ Flip™ Exhibit kit; and Formulate Vertical Curve Fabric Banner; along with all the popular retractable banner stands, Hopups™, Coyote™ Popups, and more. These new products apper in the recently released first edition of the company’s 2013 product catalog, The Exhibitors’ Handbook.

Orbus will also host clients at an open house at its Las Vegas facility on Tuesday, March 19, from 9-11 a.m. The company’s facility in Las Vegas serves the Western United States with faster transit times, savings in shipping costs, and the widest range of exhibit and display products and full graphic printing services.


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