Susan McFarlin on mon 19 feb 01
I am shopping for an indoor booth display on the cheap.
the Flourish co. sells a 7' , 10' x 10' pipe frame for 155. their fabric =
curtains start at $395. has anyone made such a purchase recently, and =
if so , are there better resources?
thanks for any info, =20
John Weber on tue 20 feb 01
Susan,we purchased an indoor both from Elaine Martin Co. (www.emartin.com)
and have found it very satisfactory. I can put it up without much problem, I
am 6'2", but my wife has to use a stool, and it takes two of us to manage
the 10 foot connections. It's still as easy as any others I have seen and
the price was not prohibitive. Check them out for a catalogue. I think we
paid around $560 for the heavy duty unit plus some extra piping for my light
set up. The lighter duty unit would probably do fine. John Weber
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> Subject: indoor booth display
> I am shopping for an indoor booth display on the cheap.
> the Flourish co. sells a 7' , 10' x 10' pipe frame for 155. their
> fabric curtains start at $395. has anyone made such a purchase
> recently, and if so , are there better resources?
> thanks for any info,
> rick epstein
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Lori Lynn & Rob on tue 20 feb 01
We purchased ours from flourish and are very happy with it. We went with
the heavy duty one as we hang alot of heavy items from our display. Easy
to set up I have even done it by my self. Easier with two but nice to know
I can do it alone if need be. Folks there are very easy to work with.
Lori Lynn Rejzek
In the Arizona desert, USA, where the hot sun meets the cool Colorado River.