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Our society is one that is responsive to a number of different stimuli; and every day, advertisers must find ways to use that stimulus in their campaigns. With so many messages coming our way on a daily basis – and a growing desensitization to such messages in light of our shortening attention span (after all, how many of us can easily watch television and surf the web at the same time?) – it has become exceedingly difficult to catch our attention, let alone keep it for any length of time. The successful advertisers are able to craft their message in such a way that they are eye-catching, unique, and ultimately difficult to ignore; and this philosophy extends to everything from television to print advertising. But the same can be said of those marketing efforts that may not be thought of as traditional advertising – including trade shows, expositions, and trade show exhibits. Trade shows are advertising campaigns on a smaller, more focused scale. Participants have a certain period of time – from hours to days – to appeal to potential clients and customers, as well as promote their name within a conglomerate of industry peers. Trade show exhibits are considered advertising, marketing, and public relations all in one for those companies who exhibit in trade shows. With the help of professional companies that can best determine the trade show displays that will be most effective for participants, businesses can be begin to craft a message that will ultimately represent their business philosophy. Words are one thing. But when it comes to successful trade show participation, image is everything. Modern day exhibits are anything but the plain displays of yesteryear. Today, businesses understand that in order to compete on a level playing field they need to come to a trade show with the most visually impactful trade show exhibits; displays that will best reflect their business as a whole.

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