Trade Show Booth

A trade show booth is generally meant to showcase something, whether that is brand awareness, new products, etc. This is exactly what we do at PURE, focusing on various kinds of brands and companies that we co-create with. We give them the best possible trade show booth design so that it engages and catches everyone’s eye, exciting and wanting to learn more by inviting attendees into your space for those meaningful conversations and interactions. This helps draw more attention to whatever it is that they are trying to display and essentially promotes their brand or company to the next level. A booth can mean all the difference in whether or not your brand gains the recognition it deserves.

Firstly, our Mitsubishi trade show booth consists of an open 20 x 20 trade show exhibit concept that maximizes use of space. It emphasizes the saying “move the world forward” through world class engineering. Another thing featured is the API 617 Test Stand, which is performance tested and engineering approved. In terms of its trade show booth design, this exhibit has a large format graphic backdrop and canopy of what looks to be outer space imagery as captured by a satellite. There is also a display of their turbine, full size model on top of a white metal stand.

Next, there is the Lonestar Flight Museum, which is more of a museum display. It contains a replica of a famous airplane, which has the name “Ellington” on it. It consists of glass showcases with various historical aviation pieces like a oxygen mask and old photos inside of them. One of the photos is in black and white, and includes a man shaking hands with the one of the first women aviators while being surrounded by several others. The next 2 pictures are in color, and both of them are images of Amelia Earhart posing in front of what looks like an aircraft. There is a note underneath these 3 photos that says “welcome aboard” at the very top.

Last but not least, there is the Key Energy 20 x 20 trade show booth design. It has different sections covering technology, equipment, and people. The center showpiece and draw is dedicated to jellyfish, considered the most efficient creature in earth. Coincidently, Key Energy’s Theme for their exhibit booth was all about efficiencies in the oil fields.  Finally, a seating area sponsored by Key Energy Services can be seen. Key particularly deals with wells, being experts in servicing its production. They also believe in helping you unlock your well’s potential. A message that says “key knows how” hangs on the wall behind the 2 white leather seats and a white, circular table.