Making your trade show experience a success with high quality trade show displays and services is what we do best!
At EXHIB-IT!, we care about your brand and visibility and we know that every company is unique. With this in mind, we don’t just take a cookie-cutter approach to helping our clients. We learn about your brand and showcase those great qualities to your benefit! That’s why we work with you every step of the way to create an attention-grabbing trade show display booth that attendees will remember and talk about! We learn what makes your company tick and we take that passion and implement it in your one-of-a-kind displays and materials.
With full training, shipping and storage, EXHIB-IT! makes your event as successful as possible from concept to completion.
We Offer A Full-Service Experience
Whether you are just starting out and need a logo designed and incorporated into your trade show display booth, or you have an established company and you are ready to purchase another trade show exhibit, we can accommodate your every trade show need. We are ready to work with you and start to build the collaborative relationship needed to take your business trade show marketing to the next level. We understand that with so many booths at each trade show, we need to make yours stand out above the rest. We help you create trade show “curb appeal” in a professional, yet unforgettable, way.
Not sure where to begin? The great news is that we can take you through all the steps. No need to feel anxious. We will explain everything you need to know!
“I always get the best quality from you guys. Every peice of display equipment we have purchased from EXHIB-IT! is still functional and used after all these years. Thanks!”
Public Information Officer
USDA Rural Development – WA
“It looks marvelous. I think we may order one down the road with our main institution. Will reach out to you guys when I’m looking to order again. Thanks for such great service and communication. I’ll totally recommend you to anyone needing event materials printed!”
New-York Historical Society