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Visual Magnetics Announces New Demo Kits

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

New York, NY – Visual Magnetics announced today that it is releasing demo kits for print providers and creatives to help support the sale of their innovative magnetic receptive materials.
A wall-mounted demo kit, how-to board and an application specific demonstration board will be made available for pre-order on the first day of SGIA 2015. All of the demo kits available at SGIA will show applications of the Visual Magnetics Graphic System for the retail environment, and will include layers and messaging to help print service providers demonstrate the system and how it works. Visual Magnetics expects that the new demo kits will become a valuable tool for print service provides to educate their clients on how magnetic receptive technology can solve their point-of-purchase needs.
To date, over 300 leading retailers worldwide have adopted the Visual Magnetics Graphic System for their in-store signage and graphics for the added flexibility the system offers, and most save money by making the changing over to Visual Magnetics from foam board or vinyl.
“Every day top retailers switch to our materials to save on shipping and installation costs,” says Joe Deetz, CEO at Visual Magnetics. “Our system allows store level employees to install graphics, and after the first change-out, new graphics and graphic layers ship easily in a lightweight tube.”
“We’re excited to see how print providers will use these new kits to expand into more of the retail market, and use them to inspire more innovation with our materials in new markets like architecture, education and hospitality.”
Visual Magnetics will be exhibiting at SGIA 2015 Booth 3827 from November 4-6 in Atlanta, GA. For more information on pre-ordering demo kits, please email info@visualmagnetics.com or call 855.VISGMAG4. 


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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