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Poway, CA, United States, 2008/05/21 - Advatum Services, Inc., direct merchant of portable tradeshow exhibits for thousands of corporations across North America, has just announced the addition of a new line of fabric tension banner displays to their catalog.
Fabric tension displays have been in rapidly growing demand in the exhibitor industry recently due to their portability, affordability, and modern look. To meet this demand Advatum has been adding new lines, with the most recent being the Allure banner display system.
This banner display is quite unlike more common banner stands, using a lightweight aluminum to create a strong structure onto which fabric tension graphics are attached. It’s available in several shapes and configurations that can be customized in a large variety ways.
Recently ranked 9th in the eighth annual PROFIT HOT 50 listing, Advatum has been growing to meet the ever increasing online demand for fabric tension display and other trade show exhibits such as pop up booths, banner stands, tabletop displays, and literature stands.
Advatum was created in 2004 after co-founders Doug Cornell and Datch Haven recognized an opportunity to develop a quality online service for businesses looking to satisfy their tradeshow needs.
“More and more businesses are looking online to get their displays for trade shows”, says Datch. “We’re looking to expand our product offerings significantly over the next year.”
About Advatum Services, Inc.
Advatum (dvatumdisplays.com) is an online resource of portable tradeshow exhibits for thousands of corporations across North America. Its online business model combined with personalized coordination from an experienced Advatum professional helps clients create the right exhibit on time and on budget.
Advatum is passionately dedicated to ‘working green’ by minimizing impact on the environment and supporting ongoing green efforts. Policies include using recycled, environmentally friendly business supplies, reducing energy consumption with certified appliances, computers, and lighting, and sourcing power exclusively from clean, emission-free sources.