Marketing efforts for businesses of all types can benefit from the use of portable displays. For maximizing the value of exposure for dollars spent, outdoor display stands provide professional advertising at a reasonable price.
Stands for professional displays outdoors are lightweight and portable, weighing between six to eighty pounds on average, depending on the style and material of the stand. A top seller is the retractable aluminum sign holder. This unit has a sturdy base, holds a telescoping adjustable aluminum pole, and a cartridge with the roll-out advertisement safely contained inside. The entire package fits into a shoulder bag for carrying to a trade show or festival.
Several types of banners can be used with the retractable unit, but the most common is a mid-weight pvc material ad with printed letters or graphics. The marketing message rolls out of the cassette cartridge, and attaches to the top rail, supported by the telescoping pole. Messages are printed on the display by silk screening or digital printing.
Even more ubiquitous than a roller banner, is the poster stand. For a simple, inexpensive way to attract customers, these stands fit perfectly outside a restaurant or hotel, sports event or retail store. Also made with light weight, rugged aluminum, these metal frames are attractive and professional.
Since the function of an outdoor stand is to remain outside, it is best to invest in superior quality from the start. Stands with weatherproof sign covers, heavy bases, and thick frame supports are at the upper end of the spectrum, but will last for years. For example, an outside display, with an eighty pound bottom to maintain stability, and a convenient locking door that swings open for access, expect to pay between $900 and $1200 dollars.
The business display can also be purchased with accessories such as pamphlet holders. A valuable feature, passersby can be stopped by the advertisement and reach down to take a pamphlet with the message home with them. Using outdoor display stands is a wise way to take advantage of passing traffic, and costs no more than a high profile magazine add for the year.