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This booth has a lot going for it! There's lots of open space, the displays are creative and on-brand, and the logo is high & bold.

Very nice booth: well-branded, good traffic flow, & effective product displays ~ from ExhibitAssociates...

Love this quick and easy pop-up from Classic Exhibits ... it even includes a product display shelf! (Click the link to see more views of this design.)

Wow! ~ TRADECO - Exhibit design by HUMO

Great use of color & graphics -- hard to believe it's a rental booth!

Custom Booth with lots of great open space

Very inviting booth with various functional spaces -- VacuWare booth, Intl. Home & Housewares Show by Don Wright, via Behance

Great example of using your booth as a billboard ... dynamic & bold!

Great use of color & curves, with plenty of open space - Roche Exhibition Stand

Very eye-catching display - 2008 TCPA

Good use of color to attract attention - STANDS by JULIAN JAIME at

Good example of cozy, yet open & inviting -3d Render by rommel laurente at

Wow! Now this would definitely catch attendees' eyes! - hp by lampuijo design at

Smart design for a bank that makes them more "down-to-earth" vs. "stuffy"

Craft show display - bet this one stood out!

Classic Exhibits (who hosted Tim Patterson and me in their booth as resident “Ask the Experts”) used a simple theme of “Be Better” and featured their various products in spotlight fashion. Around the exterior of the booth, there were four window-style vignettes, each featuring 10′ examples of various displays. Throughout the week, people kept coming into the booth saying it was the best on the show (including a few from other display companies). -- (Photo courtesy of Classic Exhibits)

Tackle your challenges head-on … the folks at Switch featured a truck crashing through a brick wall, encouraging attendees to “Liberate your brand.” -- (Photo by Marlys Arnold, ImageSpecialist)

Kubik used a low-budget chalkboard wall with the message “Cutting back shouldn’t leave you feeling empty. Be a smart cookie.” -- (Photo by Marlys Arnold, ImageSpecialist)