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November 30th, 2012
Mike's Mullet

So today we’re really getting in touch with our spiritual side… and reading our Horoscopes according to Yahoo. None of us are big Horoscope readers, but sometimes it’s just fun to poke around. They have been some interesting reads.

Willis, a Gemini, can look forward to getting big ideas off the ground and having interesting interactions with strangers. His thoughts after reading his Horoscope? “I feel like I have just been cheated out of two minutes of my life.” Well, now, Mr. Wood… Tell us how you really feel.

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November 21st, 2012
Turkey

We all know what this time of year is about. Turkey. And lots of it. So, before you pass out from the tryptophan, take a moment and share what you are thankful for with the people around you because I lied earlier… this time of year isn’t just about the turkey. It’s about recognizing and what you most appreciate in life. It’s about being around the people who make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and for awkward conversations with your dirty uncle Harry. Everyone has one.

Here at Trade Show Emporium we took a little time out of our day to share with each other what we’re...

November 16th, 2012
Multi-tier Twist Counter

Well, it has been quite the week here at Trade Show Emporium. We have closed deals, answered phone calls, had a dance party to “Party All the Time,” (which is sung by Eddie Murphy, by the way. I know we posted that to Facebook… but I am still blown away that it was him that sang it), planned our Cyber Monday sale, posted new products (...

November 02nd, 2012
Trade Show Emporium's New Literature Luggage

Has anyone ever struggled traveling with all of their literature? I know I have. My volumes of my encyclopedias and Dickens novels get in the way and are hard to transport. And I hate using cardboard boxes to tote such precious gems around. Here at Trade Show Emporium, we have come up with a classier way to carry and transport your very important papers. We call it Literature Luggage.

It’s a fabric package with Velcro so it’s easy to use and pack. Plus, it keeps all of your...

October 26th, 2012
Willis and Brian hanging out in TSE's booth at the EXDO Center. Business After Hours was a great success for TSE!

So the other day I had to give Willis a lift to his apartment because he was having his car worked on. First of all, my car is filthy on the outside because it sits outside all of the time and is next to impossible to keep the outside clean. Second of all Willis is anal about his cars, which is a good thing. But needless to say he was disgusted at the outside of my car and patted the dash saying, “Kristen, I want to give your car some love!” So what do I find sitting on my desk the next day of work? A gift certificate to a car wash for “my birthday.” In other words, Willis just wanted to...

October 19th, 2012
Denver Beer Co.'s banner at the Great American Beer Festival

The question on our minds this morning at Trade Show Emporium is: what makes a strudel a strudel? We were puzzled by this question after visiting Fuel Café for some chai tea and dry cucumber soda. Drawn in by the cinnamon crumbles and deliciously comforting look of a displayed coffee cake loaf, Jamie, our barista, informed Willis and I that it was in fact a strudel. When we were given this information we obviously ordered a piece and then the question at hand was brought up: what...

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