Visual Impact Systems Helps Gas Station TV Update Their Branding
Visual Impact Systems updated the graphic ‘panel’ of the trade show display for a previous client, Gas Station TV, to update their branding ‘look’. Since we originally provided the “BigFabric” pop-up display (from Expand International), the graphic ‘panel’ is removable—it is attached to the pop-up frame with Velcro—so they just had to have a new graphic produced for the new shows they were going to attend. They also used a “PodiumCase” for shipping the display and their marketing materials, which was then transformed into a ‘kiosk’ at the show. (Picture of original display with PodiumCase here).
Visual Impact Systems also represents many trade show manufacturers other than Expand International—and has been for over 17 years. Click on the following link to view some examples of the trade show work we have done for clients, showing a variety of products and solutions:
To make it easy for you to browse the many products we offer, we have presented them on our website in the following categories: Backwall; Banner stand; Exhibit systems; Lighting; Literature racks; Outdoor displays; Point of purchase; Pop-up portable displays; Shipping cases; Specialty items; Table covers; and Tabletop displays. Click on the following link to view:
In addition to trade show displays, Visual Impact Systems has expertise in the following media ‘outlets’: Internet Marketing; Web Site Design; Mobile; Video Production; Trade Shows; Print; Television’ Radio; Computers; Photography; Signage; Merchandising; and Multimedia. You can visit our website ( https://visualimpactsystems.com/ ), or just contact us directly to determine if we can help you with your marketing needs: 248-548-7000
Visual Impact Systems is a full-service advertising and marketing firm, with over 27 years of expertise in combining compelling design, a strong marketing strategy, and innovative technologies into a coordinated message—transforming communications with our proven ‘integrated multimedia’ approach, we call “Transformaction.”