When trade show booths turn out just perfect
Last week we got an early present from our client National Trade Shows Displays: The new Globe Runner trade show booth. It will be making its debut at this month’s Texas Restaurant Association Marketplace trade show.
For anyone who’s ordering a booth for the first time or replacing their current one, we feel your apprehension. Choosing the right structure, then the right design, and then practicing dismantling and erecting it can be an intimidating exercise. Fortunately NTSD’s David and Cherie Ostermann (here flanking Globe Runner CEO Eric McGehearty) made the process easy and enjoyable. We have to admit the booth is making us pretty excited for the show.
We chose a 10 foot Coyote curved Pop-Up and, to stand out from other exhibitors, decided to go for a whimsical illustration as the backdrop. Hence this fun cow jumping over the moon, one of several illustrations commissioned from artist, illustrator and muralist Jen Carnes of Little Cloud Design.
Thank you National Trade Show Displays, for making this awesome booth. We promise to pack it up properly and not kink it or anything.
And thank you Jen, for this fab drawing. We think it captures the spirit of Globe Runner perfectly.
Globe Runner will be at the Texas Restaurant Association Marketplace event on June 28-29, 2015. Visit us at Booth 1210 if you are attending. Eric will also be speaking at the Technology Pavilion about how to get found on Google. Plus: Check out this infographic on Texas food that we created in honor of the occasion.