I had thought about an EZ Up but I think those are sort of looked
As the owner of an EZ-UP, I certainly hope that this is not true.
Why look down on such a nice, simple, inexpensive, durable, portable
Why shell out over a thousand dollars on some canvas palace that
takes an hour to set up, weighs 178 pounds, leaks when it rains, and
gets mildewed, frayed, and smelly?
Personally, I like the neat, uniform look of shows where most
exhibitors use EZ-UPs. Having more “standardized” shelters means
that the exhibitors’ work, not their tents, takes center stage -
customers will focus more on the uniqueness of your work and your
displays and not think twice about your tent, which, when you get
right down to it, is just there to define your space and give you
In addition, the folks at EZ-UP seem quite willing to stand behind
their products: when the stitching on the handle of my roller bag
came undone, it was replaced with a brand-new bag, no questions
asked. All I had to do was fill out an online form and send a scan of
the receipt, and they didn’t even make me return the damaged bag.
This is the sort of service that merits repeat business. [Usual
Cheers, and happy booth planning,