Trade shows tend to have a fairly uniform look about them. But what if you could transform your venue into something extraordinary, something that would garner more attention for your brand than you ever imagined?
Ken Legault would like to make that happen for you. According to the Times & Transcript, for over 30 years, Legault "has been in the business of turning drab convention halls and meeting rooms into special places for trade shows, corporate dinners, weddings and even funerals."
Legault's company, Legault Decorating, has worked many trade shows, making sure to "dress up the places before the exhibitors and the customers get in the door." How exactly do Legault and his crew turn normal spaces into beautiful displays?
Times & Transcript reports that, "To get the job done, he has ... warehouses full of carpet, tablecloths, draperies, furniture and big props." Some examples of the trade show supplies Legault keeps stored are a giant lobster trap, a 12-foot-high lighthouse, and a full rural-style kitchen with a wood-burning stove.
As trade shows become more and more popular, I'm sure we're going to see an increase in decorating companies such as Legault's. What do you think -- would you consider hiring help to bring more people through your event's doors?