Visit APG Displays at ExhibitorLive 2016 for Personal Consultation on Videowall Projects

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APG Displays, North America’s leading distributor and sub-renter of videowalls, announced that it will be exhibiting at ExhibitorLive 2016 to connect its knowledgeable engineering and sales staff with current and potential customers to discuss projects in depth. Additionally, to further demonstrate the impact of digital signage in public spaces, APG Displays will showcase a cutting-edge 4K resolution NEC videowall and Par4Keet player at Booth #464 from February 29th-March 2nd in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Our goal at ExhibitorLive 2016 is to connect face-to-face with customers and begin the crucial conversations that launch impactful projects,” APG Displays President David Weatherhead said today. “At APG Displays, we pride ourselves on providing excellent consultation and customer service. ExhibitorLive 2016 is the perfect opportunity to meet with our exhibit house and rental and staging customers in-person. It’s no secret that digital displays are an effective marketing tool in public spaces. To best demonstrate how effective digital signage can be, we are showcasing the world’s most cutting-edge display in 4K resolution. We look forward to ‘wowing’ attendees with the endless possibilities modular videowall technology offers.”

ExhibitorLive is North America's largest exhibition of trade show and event products and services. Explore North America's largest exhibition of trade show and event suppliers, new ideas, innovative technologies, useful products and vital services. It is the fastest, most cost-efficient method of finding new partners.

For more information on APG Displays, visit Booth #464 at ExhibitorLive 2016.

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