Hey, it’s Anders here, and I am coming to you live from ProMat. Of course, this is a recording, so I’m not going to be live when you’re watching this. But here’s what I wanted to show you.
I’ve never done this show before, and it’s about material handling, it’s about supply and chain, logistics, that sort of thing. And of course, everyone is familiar with your halo. You know, the halo that you hang over the booth? There’s something here that I have never seen before, and I don’t know if I’ve just been in the wrong shows or whatever, but I’ve done my share of trade shows. And I just think it’s so cool, especially if you’re a smaller booth and you want that halo effect but, and I don’t know if you can get away with this, maybe you can’t afford it. You have a small booth, you’re not allowed a halo. You can have one of these.
Check this out, I’m gonna pan around here and look up. Can you see this? There are two booths right there that have inflatable, you know, I don’t know, I guess they’re helium I’d imagine. Playful halos, they just got them like they’re a little blimp that float above their booth. And I think it’s just a great way of taking a small booth…
You don’t have any rigging costs. You just have to bring in a helium tank, fill that thing up, string it up above your booth. And now if people are far away, trying to find your booth, they can see it floating up in the air. And at this show, I can see three other ones from where I’m standing right now, in addition to these two. So it’s very popular at this show, something to think about. Something to look into if you want to increase your presence at a trade show. Or maybe you have a 10 X 10, 10 X 20, something like that, or even if you’ve got a 20 X 20 but you don’t want to pay the rigging charges for doing the big halo. A little something to think about and try at your next trade show.
Thanks for watching!