With the on-going threat of COVID-19, many businesses had to change the way in which they operate, investing in things like plexiglass barriers and other social distancing products to keep their employees and customers safe. With the rollout of the vaccines and the spread slowing, you might be wondering what to do with those plexiglass sneeze guards when normal business practices resume.
As one of today’s leading trade show display manufacturers, the team from Best Displays & Graphics has some tips to help you repurpose some of that equipment, so read on!
1. Repurpose Your Framing
One of the easiest ways to repurpose those sneeze guards you’ve purchased is to use the framing for your next tradeshow display. They can be easily reconfigured into a custom tradeshow display, although you may need to get a little inventive. You can also use the framing to create office shelving units or display cases for your products.
2. Replace Banner Shield Graphics
Once you’re no longer using those banner shields, they can easily be repurposed by printing custom graphics on them for marketing purposes. You can either leave them in your office or bring them along with you to tradeshows and other events. It’s a great way to continue highlighting your brand without having to invest in new displays for your business.
3. Don’t Throw Out Those Sanitizer Stands
For those who’ve purchased sanitizer stands and other items to help keep their staff and customers safe, there’s no need to get rid of them. These days, part of the “new normal” will include enhanced health and sanitary solutions across the board. So, hold onto those sanitizer stands until your next event or consider keeping them around your workplace to further promote health and safety.
Contact Best Displays & Graphics today for your tradeshow solutions & more!
If you want a few more tips on how to repurpose your social distancing products purchased during the pandemic, or are in need of a new modular tradeshow display, Best Displays & Graphics can help. Contact us online today or call (905) 940-2378.