Brochure holders have given us all an inexpensive and stylish way to promote our businesses. You can find anything you can possibly think of in the way of manmade materials. Convenience stores use display cases. State line welcome centers utilize brochure holders as a way to share the most popular attractions the state has to offer. Doctor's offices organize magazines in acrylic display stands to keep the waiting room free from clutter. Offices often use plexi-glass as cubical dividers. Everywhere you go there are items to help us get information out and promote our business, and they allow us to do it all with minimal cost.
In today's busy and fast paced work force, there is little time to spend on designing and building display shelving or brochure holders. Advanced technology in manufacturing of manmade materials is so fine tuned that the old style of wood stands is almost obsolete. Not only is time a factor, but the marketability of a heavier, bulkier and less cost effective product such as wood or metal is not there any longer. Many businesses are growing quickly, and with that comes a tighter budget and the need for more floor space.
Plastics, acrylics and fiberglass are only some of the materials you can find marketing tools like retail cases, brochure holders and acrylic signage to be made of. These products have less maintenance requirements than their wood or metal counterparts. They do not swell in humidity or fade with sunlight. Woods and metals will deteriorate over time. Plastics are often times extremely light weight, and they can fold up for easy moving. Because of their physical ability to be molded and shaped, you can design any style or size for very little cost. Wood or metal products will cost more if they have to be built to a specific dimension. Craftsmen require more money for the time and effort they will be putting into that product. And, because it is heavier, it will naturally cost more to deliver or ship.
Another added benefit is many of the on-line stores offer a huge inventory of brochure holders, ornament displays, retail cases, and floor fixtures for you to choose from. The headache of driving around to find what you need is replaced with the ease of your computer. If you cannot find exactly what you are looking for, many companies have an on-site engineering team that can help you construct what you need. Maybe your company is sending the marketing team to the retail trade show and you will need brochure holders on an acrylic stand that will catch the attention of prospective customers. You can send them a CAD drawing and their craftsmen will create the mold just for you. Because they are experience professionals, they will gladly answer any questions or disperse any concerns you have with regards to the overall design. They will be able to manufacture just what you need to market your company effectively, whether it is in your office, or at the annual tradeshow.