Hello, March… We have big plans for you!
February may be the shortest month, but the last four weeks were packed with great projects. From retail in Texas to all-star sports in New Orleans — and a special hardware installation at the Lincoln Center in New York City — Britten was on hand to help our customers promote their brands.
Thanks for sharing your time and your special projects with us.
Retail Barricade Graphics
Over 36,000 sq. ft. of wind-permeable mesh material were installed as part of Phase One of this new retail development in Texas.
Installation was facilitated by Britten Services.
BannerDrop at the Lincoln Center
Britten was recently in New York City to install a heavy duty BannerDrop display system at the Lincoln Center. Because there was no possibility of bringing in a lift behind the staircase, our installation experts had to erect a scaffold just inside the entrance windows.
Now, it’s as easy as pushing a button on a remote control, and the 50′ H x 10′ W mesh banner raises and lowers to the floor below.
Custom Photo Booth
This photo booth was assembled using Britten’s Infinity fabric frames in a custom configuration, measuring 8′ H x 8′ W x 4.5′ D.
Fabric is perfect for photo backdrops, because the knit material doesn’t reflect flashes or harsh lighting.
Check out Britten’s hardware page for more ideas on how we can help with your next project!
BannerSaver Brackets at Spring Training
Remember that time the Chicago Cubs won the world series?
The World Champion Cubs are currently preparing for a brand new season, and BannerSaver wind-spilling brackets were there to welcome them and the Chicago faithful to Sloan Park in Mesa, AZ.
NBA All-Star Game Promotion
For this retail space at a Macy’s store in New Orleans, Britten produced this 8′ H x 10′ W Infinity Backdrop to stand in front of a custom display with a 10′ x 10′ Traffic Graphic Decal.
Burton US Open
The party is in full swing at the Burton U·S·Open.
Whether you’re watching on television or you made the trip to Vail, watch for large format branding wherever you look.
Britten produced the mesh banners that line the halfpipes, that wrap the towers measuring how high the snowboarders are in the air, and surround the free event stage.
Best of luck to all of the participants!
We sincerely appreciate you and your patronage and wish you the very best.