Springfield, VA, January 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Nomadic Display, a world leader in portable displays and custom modular exhibits, has moved in order to expand its New York showroom. This move was made to better serve their New York customer base.
The new showroom remains in the heart of New York City— easily accessible to businesses in the surrounding area by subway or car. The new address is 65 West 36th St, Suite 602, in Manhattan. “Our new location enables us to better serve our customers by providing them with more portable display and custom modular exhibit designs in the showroom from which to select and draw inspiration for their own unique solution,” says Doug Turpin, Executive Director of Nomadic Display’s North American Sales Offices. “It’s exciting to serve the business development needs of growing New York companies. Our new, larger location will allow us to meet the increased demand for display properties to support trade shows and corporate events.”
The new showroom accommodates more of Nomadic Display’s growing lines of portable displays and accessories for trade show and events. On view in the expanded showroom are Nomadic’s larger custom modular exhibits. DesignLine® fuses the strengths of diverse product lines into an innovative, hybrid display with fresh, contemporary appeal. Platinum® combines large format graphics with steel-backed laminate panels to offer exhibitors an elegant custom modular exhibit with greater durability and lower ownership costs. Pop up portable displays will also be among the products on display. These include a smart new line of accessories for the Instand® pop up display that provide exhibitors with new capabilities for interactive presentations, product merchandising and graphic communications. Other portable solutions include — table top displays, trade show display counters, retractable banner stands and upscale literature displays.
A grand opening will be held on February 11-15, 2008. To learn more about Nomadic Display visit www.nomadicdisplay.com.
Nomadic Display revolutionized the display industry 30 years ago with the invention of pop up technology. Today, the company is a leading producer of portable and modular exhibit systems with manufacturing facilities in suburban Washington, DC and Ireland. Nomadic products are sold through 200 showrooms worldwide.