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Tahoe Twistlock Trade Show Exhibits

The new Tahoe Twistlock X modular system is completely toolless making set up much easier and 50% faster. It is available in a number of configurations and fully customizable, making it the perfect modular trade show booth exhibit.
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Tahoe Twistlock Modular Displays: Versatility and Quality

Tahoe Twistlock Modular Trade Show Displays are a terrific solution for your trade show exhibit needs. Tahoe Twistlock Displays are modular and can be added to from event to event. A strong aluminum frame makes these displays strong yet lightweight, portable, and cost effective to ship. The high quality, easy customization, and add-on availability will allow you to use this display for years to come. Add options like printed wings or headers, counters, and literature holders to match your needs!

The sleek refined look of the Tahoe Twistlock Modular Display System is sure to set you apart from your competition with these stunning displays and their distinct look. You can have all of the benefits of a semi custom trade show exhibit with the convenience and value of a portable system.

Tahoe Twistlock Displays from ship with minimum lead time and provide an amazing off the shelf solution for your exhibition or trade show needs. All 10' & 20' Tahoe Twistlock Exhibits include high quality hard shipping cases to keep your entire booth safe while traveling and shipping.

Tahoe Twitslock Displays are available in different shapes and sizes. Sizes varies from 10 ft to 20 ft.

Why use modular trade show display?

Modular displays (or modular exhibits) fall between a pop-up display, and a panel & frame system. If a pop-up is usually a small background property, a modular exhibit is an entire space.

Modular exhibits weigh about 60% less than classic custom booths. Think about modular exhibits as of Lego. The components are generally can be easily reconstructed into new design for new trade show. The components are often made from very lightweight materials, and transported in small traveling cases (often injection molded plastic).