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Paradigm Display Solutions Announces New Fabrilyte Extend Graphic Display Stands

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Costa Mesa, CA – Paradigm Display Solutions, a division of Paradigm Imaging Group, a leading distributor of tradeshow displays and graphics, large-format scanning and printing solutions, has added a series new Tubular displays stands based on their popular line of Fabrilyte display products to their E-commerce store.

The new Fabrilyte Extend Tubular display stands are a portable fabric pop up display stand that enhances brand visibility with a unique visual appeal and are a great alternative to standard banners stand displays. The Fabrilyte Extend display stands can be assembled in less than 5 minutes! Slide the tubular components together to make the frame and simply pull the pillowcase-like graphic over the frame and zip it shut. The zipper hidden from view, tightens the heavy duty stretchable fabric, displaying your graphic beautifully.

These newly added Fabrilyte Extend display stands are available in 2, 3, 4 and 5 foot widths and come either single sided or double sided graphic configurations. Each of the four widths also are available in multiple heights of 5.5ft, 6.5ft, 8.5ft, 9.5ft, 105ft, and 11.5ft. Varying sizes can be mixed and matched to provide a unique and modern appearance to your trade show booth or corporate event. 

“We understand the need to bring unique products to the market that help our customers engage their target audience, so we are pleased to add these new Fabrilyte designs to our display product lineup. These new additions will help us to continue providing our clients with high quality displays products that offer exceptional value.” said Randy Geesman, president of Paradigm Imaging Group.

 

 

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Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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