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Out with the Old, In with the New: Word on the Street — Dec. 26th thru Dec. 30th

January 2nd, 2012 COMMENTS

Word on the Street by Kevin Carty

I trust you enjoyed your Holiday Season and were able to recharge your batteries as we head into 2012.

As is typical, the end of the year has been BUSY, especially the past two weeks with budget dumping orders as well as projects for the first three months of the year.

My annual “State of the Company” letter is nearly completed, and I hope to have it ready for next week’s blog.

Until then, here are several of the more widely read blog posts from 2011. Enjoy (and please share).

Best wishes from the Classic Family. May your New Year be filled with joy and prosperity.

Be well!

–Kevin Carty

Exhibit Renderings Rock . . . But Photos Rule!

November 8th, 2009 COMMENTS
Magellan Miracle Portable Hybrid Display

Magellan Miracle Portable Hybrid Display

Our website, like most exhibit websites, has an abundance of renderings. It makes sense. Renderings allow our designers to show multiple exhibit designs quickly and economically. However, given a choice, nearly everyone would rather see photos over renderings. 

Portable Hybrid Displays

The fastest growing segment in the trade show exhibit industry is portable hybrids. What are portable hybrids? Click on this link for an explanation, or simply click on the two photo gallery links below. These galleries show actual orders in the Classic Exhibits Setup Area over the past six to nine months. It doesn’t include every portable hybrid ordered, nor does it show the other exhibit lines we manufacturer. If you are interested in seeing a more comprehensive photo gallery, we encourage you to visit P5D, our daily blog of photos (which goes back nearly four years). We think you’ll enjoy seeing how exhibit trends are constantly changing from season-to-season and year-to-year.

The gallery links below include designs from our Perfect 10, Perfect 20, Magellan, and Sacagawea lines. In addition, you’ll see creative examples of counters, pedestals, workstations, and kiosks.  Let us know what you like (and don’t like).

Recent Portable Hybrid Displays

Gallery 1

Gallery 2

–Mel White