Dimension Sheets

The files below include the various dimensions of products and displays.

Attachment Size
6' Full Fabric Table Top 101.54 KB
6' Graphic and Fabric Table Top 118.35 KB
6' Full Graphic Table Top 119.05 KB
8' Full Fabric Table Top 102.02 KB
8' Graphic and Fabric Table Top 121.45 KB
8' Full Graphic Table Top 120.73 KB
8' Full Fabric 126.09 KB
8' Graphic and Fabric 149.83 KB
8' Full Graphic 150.37 KB
10' Full Fabric 128.39 KB
10' Graphic and Fabric 153.56 KB
10' Full Graphic 154.71 KB
10' Full Graphic Straight Pop-Up 154.42 KB
20' Gullwing Full Graphic 171.32 KB
20' straight with returns full fabric pop-up 1.43 MB
PLTT1 Topper 343.77 KB
PLTT4 Topper 330.81 KB
PLTT6 Topper 347.73 KB
Allure Bow 64.88 KB
Allure Fountain 58.83 KB
Allure Slope Left 65.17 KB
Allure Slope Right 60.37 KB
Pronto Banner Stand 216.61 KB
Expand Media Screen3 Banner Stand 171.69 KB
6' Dye Sub table throw 98.76 KB
6' Perma Logo table throw (image area 45"x13") 233.28 KB
6' Perma Logo table throw (image area 45"x25") 233.41 KB
8' Dye Sub table throw 98.41 KB
8' Perma Logo table throw (image area 45"x13") 230.29 KB
8' Perma Logo table throw (image area 45"x25") 232.71 KB
30" x 60" Table Runner 232.17 KB
24" x 66" Table Runner 245.1 KB
Directors Chair Seat 336.02 KB
Directors Chair Front 241.76 KB
Directors Chair Back 238.15 KB
4' Fast Trak 136.31 KB
6' Fast Trak 191.89 KB
Snap A-Frame Sign 132.3 KB
4' Dynamo Trifecta Table Top 264.21 KB
6' Dynamo Trifecta Table Top 271.07 KB
5' Table Top Easy Fabric Display 133.54 KB
8' Curved Easy Fabric Display 135.67 KB
8' Straight Easy Fabric Display 135.39 KB
10' Curved Easy Fabric Display 133.7 KB
10' Straight Easy Fabric Display 132.73 KB
36" Supreme Bannerstand 970.09 KB
3 Pack Bannerstand backwall 1021.13 KB
33"x 80"Economy Bannerstand 1.67 MB
33"x 90"Economy Bannerstand 1.71 MB
24" Supreme Retractable Banner Stand 1.58 MB
36" Dual Sided Supreme Retractable Banner Stand 1.89 MB
10' Bannerstand Backwall 3.49 MB
Tension and Pillowcase Fabric Graphics 607.74 KB
Case to Podium Template 346.95 KB
Fabric Counter 1.5 MB
Tension fabric counter 2.3 MB
TSE Campaign Counter 828.68 KB
Campain setup instructions 1.49 MB
8' Curved Full Graphic Coyote Pop up 765.63 KB
8' Curved Graphic Coyote Pop up w/ Fabric End Caps 702.06 KB
8' Striaght Full Graphic Coyote Pop up 771.7 KB
8' Straight Graphic Coyote Pop up w/ Fabric End Caps 705.37 KB
10' Curved Full Graphic Coyote Pop up 763.1 KB
10' Curved Graphic Coyote Pop up w/ Fabric End Caps 698.2 KB
10' Straight Full Graphic Coyote Pop up 766.49 KB
10' Straight Graphic Coyote Pop up w/ Fabric End Caps 700.49 KB
Color Options for Perma Logo Table Throws 173.88 KB
Breeze Template 716.63 KB
Breeze 2 Template 708.17 KB
Triga Print Instructuions 1.37 MB
Triga Assembly Instructions 3.1 MB
DisplaysUnder6KUnbranded (2).pdf 1.06 MB
Event Tent Logo Location Template 313.55 KB
Dye Sub Event Tent Template 337.97 KB
10' Curved Hop Up 839.86 KB
10' Straight Hop Up 838.88 KB
8' Curved Hop Up 842.07 KB
8' Straight Hop Up 843.05 KB
10x8 Concave Tension Fabric Backwall 254.89 KB
Trade Show Emporium's Helpful Starting Guide to Exhibiting 404.29 KB
Imagine Banner Stand Template 925.53 KB
4 Season Event Cooler Template 327.23 KB
Advance Dual Banner Stand 922.81 KB
4'x4.5' Coyote Mini Table Top Display 759.47 KB
6'x4' Coyote Mini Table Top Display 765.34 KB
5' EasyFabric Tabletop Display 543.69 KB
5' Straight Hop Up Table Top Display 842.74 KB
5' Curved Hop Up Table Top Display 839.85 KB
7.5' Straight Hop Up Table Top Display 839.88 KB
7.5' Curved Hop Up Table Top Display 838.28 KB
Sunny Side Table Top Display 16.62 KB
Sunny Side Set Up Instructions 457.97 KB
Park Hill Table Top Set Up Instructions 124.16 KB
Capitol Hill Table Top Graphic Dims 22.13 KB
Capitol Hill Table Top Set Up Instructions 130.79 KB
Bonnie Brae Set Up Instructions 617.53 KB
Cole 3 Quad Graphic Dims 4.4 MB
LoHi Dimension Sheet 176.85 KB
LoHi Setup Sheet 122.8 KB
Baker Dimension Sheet 113.15 KB
Five Points Setup Sheet 709.12 KB
Five Points Dimension Sheet 18.24 KB
10' Curved Backlit Hopup 856.46 KB
Formulate Table Top 2 Setup 3.02 MB
Formulate Table Top 4 - Setup 6.31 MB
10' Tru-Fit Vertically Curved Display Dimension Sheet 566.23 KB
8' Tru-Fit Display Dimension Sheet 569.32 KB
SnowMass Mountain Dimension Sheet 24.83 KB
Formulate Vertical Curve Display 779.48 KB
Humboldt Display Set Up 925.28 KB
Humboldt Display Dimensions 316.34 KB
20' serpentine full graphic pop-up 2.68 MB
Double Sided Curved Viper 276.35 KB
Double Sided Straight Viper 277.61 KB
Double Sided Angled Viper 279.74 KB
10' TruFit Serpentine Display Dimension Sheet 598.28 KB
10' TruFit Horizontally Curved Display Dimension Sheet 560.7 KB
10' Standard Curved Pop Up 2.59 MB
4600 All in one shipping case 190.8 KB
Economy Banner Stand 934.91 KB
Economy Banner Stand 1200 933.19 KB
Economy Banner Stand 1500 943.73 KB
Supreme 24" Template 941.78 KB
Supreme 36" Template 937.78 KB
Supreme 47" Template 942.74 KB
Supreme 59" Template 940.34 KB
Supreme 36" Dual Side Template 914.92 KB
Blok template 912.48 KB
OCP template 132.39 KB
Pacific 800 32'' 915.08 KB
Pacific 920 36'' 913.95 KB
Pacific 1000 39'' 915.96 KB
OCP Case Wrap 132.39 KB
OCP2 Case Wrap 613.62 KB
Sacagawea 10x10 308.72 KB
TSE Meo 10x10 171.43 KB
Mt. Makalu 10x10 244.01 KB
Crestone Peak 270.45 KB
Kilimanjaro 163.15 KB
Chimborazo 93.09 KB
Culebra Peak 305.7 KB
Popple Peak 20.93 KB
Elevate Banner Stand 937.66 KB
Black Forest Eco-1025 60.16 KB
10x10 Party Shade Template 16.15 KB
8x8 Party Shade Template 1.11 MB
10x10 XTF Template 12.93 KB
10x10 Barn Top Template 54.38 KB
10x10 Barrel Top Template 66.52 KB
5x5 Party Shade Template 70.65 KB
10x15 XTF Template 675.81 KB
10x20 XTF Template 675.81 KB
10x10 Majestic Template 1.44 MB
10x15 Majestic Template 1.44 MB
10x20 Majestic Template 1.44 MB
Patio Template Octagon 959.78 KB
Patio Template Square 959.78 KB
Orient 800 Template | TSE 32'' supreme 917.12 KB
8 Ft. Straight Hop-Up 843.05 KB
TEST PDF  

Be A “Photographer”

April 1st, 2013

As an exhibitor, it is important to be engaged in social media conversations, whether on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. Often times now at trade shows, there are official hashtags for Twitter and official Facebook pages for participants and guests to follow along. Well, as important it is to have an online presence and to update your fans with what you're doing... it is also important to pay attention to your content. You want it to be meaningful, for if it isn't, you might as well just skip it all together. Relevant content is a must, so make sure it is something your audience will want to see. And these days, people want to actually SEE what you're doing, so don't be afraid to snap pictures and Tweet or Facebook them. Our recent trip to EXHIBITOR2013 proved that people love SEEING what you're up to. Trade Show Emporium got more feedback and people were more engaged with what the team was doing at EXHIBITOR2013 when they could see pictures. So, become a "photographer" during your exhibit. Stay true to your brand and show your audience what is happening, instead of just telling them.

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Here is another little tid-bit on planning before your trade show… when you’re making your trade show plan before the show… make sure you include an itinerary!

For the Trade Show Emporium's upcoming trip to Exhibitor in Vegas, I have taken the time and written a complete itinerary so the whole team know what is going on when and who/ what we need to see when. It's a great organization and visual tool.

What a novel idea! But seriously, an itinerary will keep you organized and on track. Not to mention it’s kind of a “check list” of what you need to accomplish. Stick to your itinerary (and remember always leave a little wiggle room on your itinerary—just in case) and you will conquer all that you needed to at the trade show!

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Let the Graphics do the Talking

February 28th, 2013

We've all seen it... too much text in too small font in a too big of space. Don't let your trade show booth background be like that. You don't want to bore your patrons with a paragraph of text where your "eye-catching" image is supposed to be. People will lose interest immediately if they are overwhelmed with reading. So don't do that! Instead, let your trade show graphics do the talking. Really the only text that is "acceptable" to put on your graphic is your company's logo and at most, a slogan. Here are a few other little things to keep in mind when dealing with graphics.

1) Keep it simple. Don't overwhelm the eye with your graphic, either. Make sure your image, color scheme and placement all "jive" together.
2) Make sure it's relevant. Puppies are cute, but if you are selling bottled water puppies are probably not the image you want to include on your trade show banner.
3) Let the trade show display gurus help you with graphic specs and graphic design. Ahem, that's what we're here for!

The above tidbits are just a start for graphics. Your image on your trade show display is one of the most important thing--it's what gets people talking and interested. So make sure you give trade show goers something to talk about it!

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Pre-Show Planning

February 1st, 2013

So, our last tip installment talked about the post show huddle that you should have with your staff after a trade show. Well, today we are going to give you this tip: always have a trade show plan.

Be proactive and actually write down what your plan of attack is going to be. This includes who is going to be manning what area of your booth and when, what products or topics you really want to focus on and how many leads you want to get out of the show. Going into a show without a plan is like being the quarterback of a football team heading into the fourth down without a play. It’s fourth down. You’re going to have a play.

Before hitting the trade show floor, make sure your team is up to date on any and all pertinent information. The worst thing you could do is send an associate on the floor who doesn’t know what in the world they are talking about, or send them out with wrong information.

Having a plan also allows you to evaluate how the trade show went (see the tip below) a little easier and a little more thoroughly.

Plan it!

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Post Show Huddle

January 17th, 2013

So, here you are cleaning up your booth at what you think to have been a successful trade show. You feel like you achieved what you came for—new leads, new ideas and new excitement. But, now to quantify your time and effort spent at the show. How should you go about this?

First of all, we’ve talked about goals before. You need to have these in place before you hit the show floor. Make sure all employees manning the booth are on the same page as far as objectives go. Try and attach a number to each goal… hence the quantifying comment above.

Second of all, soon after the show (preferably the day after), have a group huddle and discuss what went well and what didn’t. What worked? What failed? A simple discussion and re-hashing of the event can realign your goals for the next show. All of the reflections should be written down in one form or another so you can keep track of thoughts and ideas. This will help tremendously with the future of your trade shows.

Make it fun, bring donuts and talk the talk.

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