Modular LED Screens for Indoor Trade Shows
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- Published on Thursday, 12 March 2020 09:15
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LED Screen Rental for Trade Show in Las Vegas
Recently we loaded our gear onto a truck and shipped it out to Las Vegas for a large trade show at one of the largest and busiest convention centers in the world, Las Vegas Convention Center. We set up a large LED screen hung from the ceiling of the convention center, lining it up next to some large graphic prints to create the effect of an ultra wide visual as the backdrop for their booth. We received many compliments as one of the best-looking booths at the entire expo, which is saying a lot for such a large trade show held in Las Vegas.
With our modular LED tiles, we are able to create large video walls indoors to custom sizes, shapes, and configurations. We can of course do the standard 16×9 screen, but we also have the flexibility with these tiles to create some more unconventional video walls. Whether they are multiple screens throughout the booth to get a different look, a unique shape, curved screen, archway, sports perimeter, dislocated screen, dancefloor, or something else, we can work with you to create a custom video board that will work for your booth.
One thing is for sure, the LED screens can help build a beautiful booth at any trade show, as well as help draw attention and bring people in to look at your space. It is also a great way to tell a story and help your salespeople tell their story before they even have a chance to talk to them. Video has a way of communicating things that can’t be said in words, so these video screens are great in a trade show environment.
For more information on renting our modular or mobile LED screens, please contact us at 612-759-1012 or email@example.com. Fire Up Video and Fire Up Creative provide LED screen rentals for events across the country and throughout the Midwest, including states such as Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, and more.