Exhibits are the gateway to your product. A good booth can mean the difference between turning a curious bystander into an engaged customer. Here are some businesses in Minneapolis that can help you make an outstanding, memorable booth.
Brede Exposition Services is a full-service nationwide tradeshow and special events contractor, with services in decorating and rental of all booth furnishings, signs, banners, drayage, modular display system and custom designed exhibits.
Brede Exposition Plus is an exhibition specialist of modular display systems; lightweight and portable, quick, easy set-up and dismantle, rent with option to purchase, services in design and graphics, carpet and furniture.
Since 1927, Freeman has provided customers with comprehensive services for face-to-face marketing events including expositions, conventions, corporate events and exhibits. Headquartered in Dallas, with 70 offices in North America, Freeman produces more than 15,000 events annually, including 54% of the 250 largest U.S. trade shows. Freeman has the ability to assist customers in all aspects of the trade show process, from set-up to take-down and everything in between. An employee-owned company, Freeman places an emphasis on respect for people, providing unparalleled customer service. Freeman has received numerous awards for excellence in the trade show industry. For more information, visit www.freemanco.com.
Hubbell/Tyner is a full-service convention contractor, offering rentals of furnishings, carpet and special decorating, a full line of rental display systems, I D labor and a complete sign and graphics department.
Also known as Laser Exhibitor Service of Minnesota, L.E.S., offers Installation and Dismantle labor; and, provides exhibitor-appointed-contractor (E.A.C.) labor to customers in need of more-comprehensive attention to their exhibits and exposition events. LES' rates and level-of-service from over 14, locally-owned, offices across the US and Canada, means your exhibit or event will receive the personal care you could only hope for, from other companies. For more information, visit www.laserexhibitor.com.