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Craft and Innovation from Euro Poles and Textile Displays at Visual Impact


Visual Impact visitors looking for the perfect blend of signage innovation and a touch of craft won’t want to miss Euro Poles and Textile Displays on Stand F4 at the Sydney show this month.

For a start, company CEO Peter Wagener says the company will be launch one of the industry’s most innovative solutions for high-visibility elevated signage. And, they’ll also be offering anyone who takes part in a demo of the new product a sample of delicious craft beer from Gage Roads Brewing Co. While he’s still being cagey on exact details of the new signage system – it won’t officially join the company’s product range until doors open at the Sydney Showground on 12 September – Wagener says it ‘ticks all the boxes’ for those wanting a safe and easy solution to installing signs that sit above obstructions for high visibility.

“This unique, patented installation system provides an easy and safe way for providers to install a very wide range of higher level signage in a fraction of the time usually required – and with no special skills required,” he says. 

“It offers unmatched convenience, versatility and security and, best of all, it’s designed for exceptional safety as you don’t need to leave the ground to install or change-over your signage.” As for the beer? Well, it’s from just outside Fremantle in Euro Poles’ native Western Australia and, says Wagener, provides the perfect ‘craft’ element to complement his high-tech product range. “While it’s always great to get out and talk to signifies, printers and other industry specialists about new products and signage solutions, we think it’s always good to add something extra to create a really memorable show experience,” Wagener says.

“Gage Roads creates a fantastic product and we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to our Visual Impact for a taste – both of top-shelf beer and top shelf signage systems.”

Visual Impact runs from 12 – 14 September at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Entry is free for trade professionals but registration is essential. Click here to register now and skip the queues, or find out more at the Visual Impact website

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