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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Commonwealth LC, Feb 1, 2007.
Here is a picture from my display Jan 19-21.
What size both is that? I like the outdoor kitchen setup. How much did $ did you have in the whole display?
The size was 10x20. I paid $795 for the booth. $300 for the sign, which was a waste, that sign sucks esp for 300. $150 for the granite. $20 for mulch. and thats it for the most part. Now if you want to get real into it- It took 2 of my guys 6 hours to put it up, 2 hours to take it down, my staying there, gas getting there, lunch for 3 days, and about 1500 business cards. so in the end i spent around $1700.
This Picture was in the paper. And where all of the chairs are right infront of my display, is where tom silva did his 4 shows, they were packed, and i was at the enterance of the show, so I had a very good spot
WOW...a great pic.
We are doing our first home show. Our booth is also 10x20. ..1200.00
OUr plant material is 17 palms and 100 plants......................1600.00
My subcontracto is doing the brick pavers at no charge........ .00
Now my question is was it worth it?
How many venodors were there?
Do you know how many people showed up for the show?
We have 480 vendors and they say 45,000 people will show up for the 3 days.
Looks nice. How did the show work out for you?
BTW, next time you need a sign or anyone else for that matter, let me know. One of my best friends owns a sign company and is alot cheaper than most of the prices that I have heard of on here. check him out at longwoodsignworks.com
Did you glue your blocks on the free standing wall? We don't glue wall blocks for our show exhibits and I always worry about liability issues with someone leaning too hard on them.
Nice looking booth, i can relate to the work and expense involved.
Staples has great prices on those signs by the way. Great liiking booth.