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We manufacture some of the best glass custom showcases and other standard display cases that are used for the retail industry, museums, galleries, trade shows, exhibits, schools, fortune 500 companies and more. Our floor standing custom showcases can obviously be placed against a wall but can also be great in the middle of a store location, as long as all sides have tempered see through glass. Our floor standing glass showcases are also often used for displaying trophies and awards in office settings and front lobbies of companies. These custom showcases provide the perfect setting and medium for showcasing various artifacts and awards which would normally be displayed on dusty shelves or stored away in boxes and never to be seen again. Other popular custom showcase designs include pedestals, suspended, counters, towers, wall mounted, counter top, free standing and archival glass display showcases. These custom displays can be made in various dimensions or colors and are popular items that are often ordered by retailers, hospitals, corporate, government and educational institutions. All of our custom showcases offer the option to include internal LED illumination and a very large selection of wood grain, solid color and metal laminate options to decide from. Choose from our most popular classic line display showcases or our more traditional standard and economy line glass display cases. Our custom showcases are designed and build to the very highest industry standards and always include items for ultimate security and great convenience. With extremely strong design creativity and security features such as tempered safety glass, fully adjustable glass shelves, high security locking doors and the latest LED illumination, you can NEVER go wrong ordering glass display cases from our on-line catalogs or have one of our designers prepare some custom showcase designs that will truly impress you


'Selling a Gun During the COVID-19 / Corona Virus Pandemic'   | 2021-04-07 09:53:05

https://www.cashmyguns.com/blog/selling-a-gun-during-the-covid-19-corona-virus-pandemic/ With the world in disarray from the COVID 19/Corona virus pandemic, many Americans have started a pattern of panic buying and selling. In recent weeks items including toilet paper, cleaning supplies, food, firearms and ammunition have been bought in unprecedented quantities. In these unprecedented times, Americans feel the need to stock up on items they feel are essential to be prepared and ride out this crisis. Though most of the hoarding or panic buying can be harmless and chalked up to pandemonium, those who are purchasing firearms for the first time are now faced with the responsibility that comes from being a gun owner. Reports of first-time firearm buyers, that didn’t understand the process that one must go through to legally obtain a gun, are now struggling with the task of become familiar and comfortable with gun ownership. Training and familiarization are important parts of responsible gun ownership, but this generally can only be obtained through shooting them and practice. It’s no surprise that most private and public gun ranges as well as training classes are closed and not available at this time. This newfound reality new gun owners are being faced with is a problem and they are reacting to it in different ways. One way they are reacting is a feeling of buyer’s remorse. Having a gun in the home with no safety training or familiarization makes most people feel uncomfortable or unsafe. They consider their new gun a regretful purchase. I Panic Bought a Gun, Now I Don’t Want it. What Do I Do? If you bought a firearm and you’re not comfortable owning it, that’s OK. Regrettable purchases happen to everyone at some point and that’s why most places have return policies. Unfortunately, with a firearm, the same return policies that are typical of other goods generally don’t apply. Here are some options you have: 1. Ask the retailer you bought it from if they will accept a return. Most gun retailers do not accept returns on guns. They may buy it back from you as a “used gun” and likely it will be for much less that you paid. 2. Try selling the gun in a private party transaction to another individual. A friend or relative might be a good option. Every state has unique laws regulating the sale and transfer of firearms, so be sure you’re up to speed on your state’s laws before you attempt a private party sale. If done incorrectly, you could face jail time or unnecessary liability. 3. Sell your gun to a company like CashMyGuns.com who is a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder authorized to help people with the sale and transfer of firearms. Selling a gun through an FFL means there is a “paper trail” indicating that you sold your gun the proper (legal) way and a release of liability/ownership comes with it. You will generally get more for your gun this way than a local gun shop. The team at CashMyGuns.com are here to handle any inquires to help those who may have second thoughts about their recent panic purchase or those looking to get rid of their gun. Get the Best Price for Your Gun Without Leaving Home Our process makes for a safe, easy and legal way to sell unwanted firearms and be 100 percent compliant with federal laws. We have a Federal Firearms Licensee, who is licensed by the U.S. Government to help people with selling and transferring of firearms. We take care of the hard part and make the process safe, quick and hassle-free. The reality is, anyone can sell thier gun without leaving the comfort of home. Just tell us which gun(s) you’d like to sell, we’ll make you an offer, and once we agree on a price, you’ll ship us your gun(s) with all expenses paid by us. When we receive your gun(s), we get you paid with a check in your hand within a few days.
 
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'How to Buy Gun Magazines'   | 2021-04-06 09:55:21

https://themagshack.com/how-to-buy-gun-magazines/ WANT TO LEARN HOW TO BUY GUN MAGAZINES? START HERE. In the first half of 2020 – despite the COVID-19 pandemic – more than 2 million Americans have purchased their first firearms. And guess what firearms need – magazines. Simply put, magazines hold the ammunition that feed into the firearm. Finding the right one for your gun can be tricky, so here are a few tips for buying your first magazines. TAKE A SECOND TO INSPECT YOUR GUN MAKE AND MODEL Start with your firearm. Who is the manufacturer? The firearm’s respective paperwork should reveal the firearm manufacturer, model, caliber, and capacity – all very important. If one of these categories are incorrect, the magazine may not be compatible. If you were to order a Glock 19, 15 round magazine for your Glock 17 9mm handgun, it wouldn’t fit. Learning how to buy gun magazines is easy once you know what you’re buying for. If you are having trouble finding information with your firearm, we recommend to consult with the firearm’s manufacturer. I BOUGHT A NEW HANDGUN/PISTOL, WHICH MAGAZINE SHOULD I GET? It’s always good to have extra magazines – stowed away in your underground bunker or for going to the range. After identifying the manufacturer, model, caliber, and capacity of your handgun, it is much easier to find which magazine you need. Very often, you will have two categories of magazines to choose from – OEM and aftermarket. OEM magazines are supplied by the original manufacturer of your firearm, such as GLOCK, SIG SAUER, RUGER and SMITH AND WESSON. OEM magazines are known for their great build-quality and reliability. If you got a few OEM magazines with your initial purchase and you like the way they handle, just order some more. Take a look at our selection of OEM magazines, just use the filter button to find the right magazine: Aftermarket magazines often have certain advantages, particularly in customization. These magazines may have larger capacities (OEM 10 round vs Aftermarket 15 round), color combinations (FDE, ODG, and translucent magazines), and possibly enhanced durability/performance. For handgun aftermarket handguns, Magpul and SGM Tactical make popular Glock magazines. Also, ETS produces clear/translucent magazines for many different pistol brands, such as Smith and Wesson, Glock, HK, and Sig Sauer. Click each picture below to find out more: I BOUGHT AN AR-15, WHICH MAGAZINE SHOULD I GET? Certain rifles only take OEM magazines (check with your manufacturer). But for many AR-15 rifles, you have many options for your magazines – brand, capacity, color, material, and other accessories. After identifying your firearm’s make, model, and caliber, you can start to narrow down the field of aftermarket magazines. Our most popular brands for .223/5.56mm AR-15s include MAGPUL, AMEND2, LANCER SYSTEMS, and HEXMAG. If you are looking for a classic 30 round polymer (plastic) magazine, we would recommend the AMEND2 MOD 2 AR-15 30 ROUND MAGAZINE. If you were in the market for a polymer 30 round magazine, but with a window in beige, we would highly recommend the MAGPUL PMAG GEN 3 COYOTE TAN W/ WINDOW. If you were looking for something more trendy, our translucent LANCER SYSTEMS L5WAM MAGAZINES have been super popular. I BOUGHT AN AR-10 / SR-25, WHICH MAGAZINES SHOULD I GET? The magazine selection and market for AR-10s / SR-25s are very similar to that of the AR-15, so learning how to buy magazines isn’t too much different. Look above for information about AR-15 magazines. Again, certain rifles only take OEM magazines (check with the manufacturer). Here agin, aftermarket magazine brands, like Magpul and Lancer, are very popular. For AR-10 / SR-25 firearms, we recommend the MAGPUL M3 7.62 25 ROUND WINDOWED MAGAZINE and the CPD DURAMAG AR-10 20 ROUND MAGAZINE. Click below to find out more about our AR-10 magazine selection: I LIVE IN A STATE WITH CAPACITY RESTRICTIONS. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? Simply put, your State and/or local laws only allow you to purchase/possess magazines at certain rounds in capacity (unless you are in law enforcement). Please see below if this applies to you: We offer many magazines that abide by these State and local restrictions. JUST CLICK HERE FOR OUR STATE COMPLIANT MAGAZINES. HAVE SOME FUN WITH YOUR MAGS Many people have found new confidence with their new gun purchase because they have gained the confidence and ability to protect themselves and family. You can have that confidence as well. All you need to do is pack up your magazines, go to the range and be prepared to learn to shoot, which, coincidentally, is a lot of fun. It is also a cornerstone of what makes America, America. Shop The Mag Shack for all your firearm magazine needs.
 
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'The Bergara B-14 Hunting and Match Rifle (HMR) Wins the Outdoor Life Editor's Choice Award'   | 2021-04-06 09:29:11

https://www.bergara.online/us/blog/bergara-b-14-hunting-match-rifle-hmr-wins-outdoor-life-editors-choice-award/ All new 2017 rifles were tested by a group of five independent judges with the B-14 HMR coming out on top. Lawrenceville, Ga. (May 2017) – Bergara Rifles, a division of BPI Outdoors, is pleased to announce its Bergara B-14 Hunting and Match Rifle (HMR) has won the Outdoor Life Editor’s Choice Award for 2017. Over several days of shooting, Outdoor Life tested all of the new rifles for 2017. Drills were done to mimic practical shooting positions. The rifles were shot for accuracy off the bench and tested for reliability by being shot in a way to try and induce malfunctions. Each firearm was taken apart and inspected to ascertain the quality of manufacturing, and the amount of innovation put into each firearm. The rifles were tested by a group of five independent judges and were evaluated on 10 different categories. During each of these 10 categories, each rifle was scored using a scale from 1-10. After the shooting stopped and the dust settled, the B-14 HMR came out on top. Watch the review below: “We’re honored that our rifle was chosen by the Outdoor Life judges as the editors choice. All of our rifles, and especially the HMR, combine state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, near obsessive attention to detail, and a passion to bring our genuine and authentic personal touch to every rifle built. All of this combined allows us to create incredible rifles, and my hope is that the care and the passion that each Bergara rifle is built with, will be reflected when a new owner puts one in their hands. We’re grateful and honored Outdoor Life noticed,” said Ben Fleming, VP of marketing and sales at Bergara Rifle. The Bergara B-14 HMR is a feature-rich rifle, designed to meet the needs of hardcore hunters, precision rifle shooters, and those desiring absolute quality and accuracy.
 
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'10 Gun Show Myths'   | 2021-03-29 18:30:09

There have been myths about what happens at gun shows. These myths stem anywhere from anti-gun activists to people who honestly don’t know the law. In truth, several of the sources for these gun show myths can be traced back to distorted facts. To help credit the authenticity of this article, all sources will be linked. Please note, it’s been made a point to use sources that are government agencies or that may or may not be biased towards strong gun control. Also J.S.T. Andrews is not an attorney, nor should this be taken as legal advice. 1.Myth: Anyone can Purchase a Firearm at a Gun Show Fact: False. Licensed dealers are required to run a background check on every gun purchase. This even applies to those who are trading-in a firearm for another. 2. Myth: Most Guns Used in Crimes are Purchased from Gun Shows Fact: False. According to the Washington Post, a staggering 1.7% of “… offenders [who] were incarcerated from crimes committed with handguns… reported… they obtained the guns…” at a gun show. In addition the National Criminal Justice Reference Service reports: According to the latest available data, those who use guns in violent crimes rarely purchase them directly from licensed dealers; most guns used in crime have been stolen or transferred between individuals after the original purchase. 3. Myth: Anyone can Purchase Ammunition at a Gun Show Fact: True. So long as they are not legally prohibited from purchasing ammo and/or receiving ammo. (Most people would know if they were prohibited.) Long guns and long gun ammunition may be sold only to persons 18 years of age or older. Sales of handguns and ammunition for handguns are limited to persons 21 years of age and older. 4. Myth: Most Gun Show Vendors are Not Licensed FFL Dealers Fact: True(ish). In most states, private sellers are not required to preform background checks. The majority of dealers sell accessories including ammo, magazines, clips, t-shirts, knives, ice cream, etc. Typically, private sellers at gun shows tend to have a single table. However uncommon, there are some cases where a private seller might have 2+ tables. In addition, most gun shows will dedicate more tables to licensed FFL Dealers. Typically these dealers have anywhere from 5 to 20+ tables. Let’s use New York City’s data from their 2009 “Gun Show Undercover” report. 1% to 8.9% of the tables at gun shows are private sellers. With that being said, if every private seller had two tables, that would mean that anywhere from 2% to 18% of all tables were private sellers. 5. Myth: Gun Show Prices are More Expensive Fact: This really depends on the gun show and its dealers. Keep in mind that the larger the gun show, the more competition there will be between vendors. Competition between firearm dealers will help lower the prices on guns. This will also depend on the location and the gun you’re looking for. 6. Myth: Gun Shows are not Family Friendly Fact: Usually this is not the case. Most promoters actually offer a discount for children (usually under the ages of 12) and some promoters will even offer discounts for spouses! It’s even possible to attend a show that has activities for children. 7. Myth: Gun Shows are Dangerous Fact: The largest factor in gun-related injuries at a gun show is due to accidents. However small this percentage is, it’s still an issue. There’s a reason why promoters require all guns to be zip-tied, no ammo in the firearm(s), and an empty magazine. Never been to a gun show before? Follow these gun show tips. In addition, crime is typically below the local average at and during gun shows. Think about it. There are hundreds to thousands of armed citizens all within a building or two. Not to mention the Law Enforcement Officers, active military, retired military, concealed carry trainers and NRA trainers that all attend the show. 8. Myth: Gun Shows Cause an Increase in Gun Violence The National Criminal Justice Reference Service reports: Self-defense is the most commonly cited reason for acquiring a gun, but it is unclear how often these guns are used for self-protection against unprovoked attacks. Fact: False. Gun sales are at an all time high and gun crimes are dropping. This is actually relatively inconclusive on all accounts. Most reports on this issue gather from relatively small pools of data. Not to mention the majority of these reports do not decipher between gun-related defense and gun-related deaths (Take this report from NEBER.org as an example). 9. Myth: Firearm Gifting is Legal Fact: Gifting a firearm is not uncommon within pro-gun families. According to the ATF: “Mr. Smith asks Mr. Jones to purchase a firearm for Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith [then] gives Jones the money for the firearm.” This is not gifting. If “Mr. Brown goes to buy a firearm with his own money to give to Mr. Black as a present…” this is considered gifting. “However, you may not transfer a firearm to any person you know or have reasonable cause to believe is prohibited…” Even with the Supreme Court Ruling on June 16th, 2014, gifting is still legal. Using someone else’s money to purchase a firearm and then giving them said firearm is illegal. This is even true if they could legally own a firearm. A federal law banning the “straw” purchase of guns on behalf of others applies even to transactions where the person who ends up with the weapon could have legally acquired a firearm… 10. Myth: Guns can be Shipped from a Gun Show Fact: There are lots of stipulations to this. Basically, a firearm has to be mailed (UPS or FedEx) to a licensed FFL dealer. Example: A gun show attendee purchases a firearm from a private seller and wants it shipped out-of-state. The firearm needs to be shipped to a licensed FFL near the purchaser’s desired location.
 
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'PACK EXPO'   | 2021-03-24 14:47:09

https://evoexhibits.com/trade-show-exhibits-for-pack-expo/ If you offer products in the packaging industry, the best place to be this year is the Pack Expo in Chicago. This event is a celebration of the best products in the packaging industry across a number of different sectors. Come with solid offerings and an attractive trade show booth to stand out in the marketplace. One key objective at any exhibition is to grow brand awareness and Pack Expo facilitates this. There will be media presence at the event looking for interesting products to showcase. Bring something noteworthy and you may receive free advertising! It can be daunting to ensure success at an exhibition if you have little experience as a company. Fortunately, you can overcome this issue with the help of Evo Exhibits. Our comprehensiveDiscover. Create. Connect. process involves learning about your company and showing it off in the most positive light at any trade show. Evo Exhibits will leave no stone unturned in the pursuit to formalize a workable strategy. ABOUT PACK EXPO Pack Expo is one of the best events of the year in the packaging industry — people travel around the world to attend. The organizers put on a great show and there is plenty to see. Expect 2,500+ top industry suppliers, 50,000 packaging professionals and over 100 free educational presentations. Learn about new developments and future trends straight from the experts. It is a fun way to break up the time between selling at your trade show booth and investing in the future by educating yourself. There will be a large focus on the packaging of the healthcare industry at Pack Expo. It will be of particular benefit for exhibitors that have products to offer in this sector of the marketplace. Furthermore, the 2020 Technology Excellence Awards will be held at the exhibition this year. Consider attending to see top companies receive recognition for their achievements — it may inspire you to follow in their footsteps. Evo creates a full service trade show experience for its’ clients at Pack Expo. Click on the image above to view the rest of AMK’s Pack Expo project images. WHO WILL ATTEND? Up to 50,000 prospects will be available at Pack Expo, and some of them are the key decision makers for their companies. Attendees from all around the globe will be there to see the latest and best offerings. Therefore, as an exhibitor, you must show off your best products to have a chance of capturing the attention of the crowd. It is estimated that 6 out of 10 attendees are either in management or engineering. Make connections with these individuals to secure mutually beneficial business relationships. Buyers from over 40+ vertical industries will be in attendance, giving you a chance to break into new industries you may have never set foot in before. WHO SHOULD EXHIBIT? Companies should exhibit at Pack Expo with competitive products to offer. Ideally, time the release of a new line of products to showcase on your trade show booth. The media at this event covers interesting new products and you will receive exposure as a result. Attend Pack Expo to take advantage of free educational sessions that inform about the latest developments and technologies. Be sure to check out the competition to see what you are up against. Pack Expo is a great way to get out of the routine office environment and drum up some business in an effective manner. Businesses may have more success in a few short days than in months trying to sell using other methods. Designed correctly, booths can be flexible enough to serve customers across industries. Placon utilized this Evo design at the NRA Show as well as at Pack Expo. TRADE SHOW BOOTH STRATEGY Your best chance of success at Pack Expo is to create a trade show booth that blows the competition out of the water. That may be easier said than done if you have little exhibiting experience, or your strategies have gotten stale. To point you in the right direction, here are some proven strategies to implement when setting up your booth: • Product Demonstrations: Show off your products in action. For example, if you sell machinery, allow it to perform intended functions for attendees to see how it works. Seeing the product in action can help convince potential buyers that your product works as described. They may visualize it in their own setup which will greatly increase the chance of a sale. • Social Media: Take advantage of social media opportunities. Consider creating a custom hashtag and encouraging people to use it for a special discount on their first order. • Branding: The trade show booth can be designed to show off your brand and illustrate the brand message. The use of images, your brand name, and logo can be a powerful way to associate your products with the brand. Attendees will leave the event remembering your brand and search for it online. • Informative: Before pulling the trigger on an order, potential buyers must first understand how your products work and why it would be beneficial to them. Create a booth that informs quickly and gets to the point. You will notice a higher amount of appreciation and engagement from attendees. The strategies above all work, but the devil is in the details. It can be hard to get it right without prior experience exhibiting at a trade show like Pack Expo. Evo Exhibits is a professional service that helps businesses have a successful trip to the trade show of their choosing. Invest in our services and you could be one of the hottest trade show booths at your next event. EVENT PROGRAM AND DETAILS Pack Expo will be held in Chicago, November 8-11th. The organizers have put on a bunch of side-events to take part in during the expo. Here are some of the notable highlights you should know about: Pavilions: A number of pavilions will be set up allowing you to see products related to a particular use. For example, “Showcase of Packaging Innovations” and “The Container and Materials” pavilions will be available for you to check out. Educational sessions: Various free education seminars in 30-minute time slots are organized. Each one tackles something new and innovative. Make the time to check these out and perhaps you will learn about how to steer your company to ensure a competitive advantage. PACK gives BACK: This is one of the biggest networking events for the industry. Mingle with this crowd to form strategic and mutually beneficial business relationships for years to come. CONCLUSION Opting to be one of the trade show exhibits for Pack Expo puts you in touch with a crowd of potential buyers for packaging products and services. By the end of the event you could acquire a ton of new loyal clients for your business. The array of educational sessions allows attendees to learn about the industry and facilitates the chance to mingle with other industry experts.
 
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'STARTING YOUR OWN CANNABIS COMPANY WITH RETAIL EXPOSURE'   | 2020-11-27 00:33:31

HOW TO DEVELOP A NAME FOR YOUR NEW CANNABIS COMPANYhttps://www.marijuanamarketingxperts.com/how-to-develop-a-name-for-your-new-cannabis-company/You have your business vision, a mission statement, ideas for products and services, and even a few fun slogans in mind ? but what about creating a name for your new cannabis company? The cannabis industry is still in its infancy, making it an exciting time to stake your claim as a new business. For business owners and marketers in the marijuana landscape, that means there?s plenty of room to get creative and choose a winning brand name.Odds are, when it comes to a cannabusiness name, you?re hoping to come up with something memorable, unique, and representative of your brand identity, which is quite a tall order. Choosing the right name for your cannabis company plays an important role in how consumers perceive your brand, how well you stand out from the competition, and, ultimately, your potential for long-term success. Naming your company should be approached with the same seriousness as any other aspect of your brand development strategy, and it?s key that you choose a solid name with excellent staying power. No pressure, right?Luckily, you don?t have to dive into the naming process unprepared. We?ve rounded up a series of questions to ask yourself before choosing a cannabusiness name, making it easier to tackle this monumental branding task. How can I describe the heart and soul of my company?Before you begin brainstorming names, first ask yourself what your business is all about. Just about every company owner has an idea of the brand they want to become, as well as the overall impact they hope to have on the industry. Jot down a few words or phrases that capture these ideas to get a clear picture of how to best represent your company in its chosen name. What does the future hold for my business?We get it ? you can?t exactly whip out a crystal ball and start predicting your cannabusiness future. But you need your company name to have staying power, so it?s key that you try to center it around an aspect of your business that you?re confident will be permanent. Business priorities and goals may shift from year to year, but your brand name should be able to withstand the test of time.For example, you may be opening a medical dispensary now, but if you have any inkling that it may eventually expand into a recreational dispensary, that?s important to keep in mind. In that scenario, you?d want to stay away from words that evoke images of the medical field, such as ?RX? or ?medical.? Instead, search for words that communicate the core of your company?s mission, which is unlikely to change dramatically. If you?re focused on providing 100 percent green certified products, maybe include the word ?clean green? or other holistic descriptive words in your brand name. Is the name easy to spell and remember?Creative, unique names are all well and good unless consumers can?t remember them ? or figure out how to type them into an Internet search bar. Keep your company?s name simple and straightforward, avoiding potentially confusing words or spellings. One of your most important marketing goals will be to encourage people to talk about your brand, but they can?t do that if they find it difficult to say, spell, or remember. What are the company names of my biggest competitors?One of the easiest ways to get a feel for good cannabis company names is to go through a list of all your biggest business competitors. You aren?t looking to copy their names, but rather learn from them. Work your way through the list and highlight ones that are appealing to you from a consumer perspective, then ask yourself why. Mark ones that turn you off, and consider exactly what it is about the name that doesn?t seem appealing. Use these notes to help you approach your naming process from an angle that keeps the consumer in mind. What is my company?s value proposition?A big part of your company?s success relies on your ability to figure out what sets you apart from the competition. What need are you serving that others aren?t? Does your brand provide something of value that no other company can? Do you offer consumers something completely unique? Here?s a hint: your answer should be a resounding yes. You don?t have to reinvent the wheel to figure out your company?s unique ?thing,? it can be something as simple as a particular element of the shopping experience or a certain niche you cater to. Whatever it is, try to figure out a way to communicate that value proposition in your name. What?s my brand personality?Developing a cohesive brand identity means figuring out exactly what you want the ?vibe? of your business to be, then applying that ideal across every aspect of branding, including your company name. Are you aiming for playful and laidback, professional and serious, or maybe somewhere in the middle? Whatever you want your brand personality to be, your cannabusiness name should clearly align with it. What name categories do I like the most?Most company names fall into one of four main categories: functional, inventive, experiential, or evocative. A functional name describes exactly what the company does, while experiential alludes to the experience the consumer will have. Evocative names don?t necessarily describe the brand as much as evoke a larger, representative idea, while inventive names create a made-up word that hints at relevant concepts and words. You might find yourself learning strongly towards one type or the other, which can help you narrow down your ideas considerably. Can I trademark the name?There?s nothing worse than going through the process of finding the perfect name, only to discover that somebody already has it. It?s important that you?re able to trademark and own your name, otherwise, you run the risk of other companies using it for themselves. Do your research before selecting your final choice to avoid having to start back at square one. What do my peers think about the name?Once you find a name you love, it?s time to get feedback. Chat with colleagues and friends, run a poll or survey on social media, or conduct paid audience testing. Their honest opinions can help you make any necessary refinements, as well as bring up potential strengths or weaknesses you didn?t notice before. Work through the feedback from every angle and focus on serving the specific needs of your business and future customer base.When you are ready to start your next marijuana store front, you should take a look at our new website that is specifically designed to help our customers choose the right cannabis display cabinets.
 
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'CANNABIS DISPLAY CASES'   | 2020-11-27 00:29:12

JUMPING INTO THE HEMP AND CBD INDUSTRY? HERE ARE SOME STARTUP TIPS FOR YOUR BRANDhttps://www.marijuanamarketingxperts.com/jumping-into-the-hemp-and-cbd-industry-tips/There?s no doubt about it: the cannabis industry is really blooming. The past few years have seen a massive surge in the marijuana market, with both medical and recreational use being legalized in a growing number of states. And now, hemp and CBD are getting their time to shine, generating serious buzz for cannabusiness owners and consumers alike. If you?re considering starting your own brand in the hemp and CBD industry, there?s no time like the present. The industry is growing by leaps and bounds, holding considerable promise for entrepreneurs who are prepared to work hard and stake their claim.However, even though the cannabis industry offers incredible growth potential for new business owners, that doesn?t mean start-ups are immune to the risk of failure. Just like any new business, a hemp and CBD start-up brand requires an effective approach, good business sense, considerable work, and a willingness to power through obstacles. Luckily, a passion for the industry also counts for a lot and can help you learn the skills you need to find success.If you?ve been thinking about jumping into the hemp and CBD industry as a new cannabusiness owner, here are some useful startup tips for your brand:Create a Business PlanFor any type of entrepreneur, a clear, well-formulated plan is essential to success. Before you begin setting up your business, take the time to consider important topics like start-up costs, your target market, and how you?ll set yourself apart from the competition.Ask yourself: what will your hemp and CBD business offer that?s different? What needs in the market are you hoping to serve? These answers can help you formulate a clear business model for your new company.Start Thinking About Your Brand IdentityThe value of a distinct brand identity should never be underestimated, especially when you?re a part of the hemp and CBD industry. There are new hemp and CBD companies starting up every day, and you?ll need to distinguish yourself from the crowd to avoid getting lost. Consumers are searching for companies with a distinct ?personality,? one that makes the brand seem interesting, relatable, and trustworthy.There are different options for creating your brand identity in the hemp and CBD market, and you should choose one that seems like the best fit for you. One way to go about this is to think about a series of words that describe the ?feeling? you want your brand to have. For example, do you want to be described as ?laidback,? ?relatable,? and ?fun,? or would you prefer ?scientific,? serious,? and ?expert??The route you choose is entirely up to you, but it?s important that your brand identity be clearly present in every aspect of your company, including its name, logo, marketing materials, and website content.Learn About the Necessities of Running a Hemp and CBD BusinessThe most fun parts of starting your own brand are usually the more creative elements: designing a business vision, coming up with your company name, and choosing your products and services. However, there are other parts of starting a company that requires equal attention, even if they might not seem as interesting.First, you?ll need to establish a legal business entity to protect yourself personally from any legal issues you may encounter in the future. Then, there are state and federal taxes to register for, as well as a business banking account to set up. You may want to consider investing in high-quality accounting software or even professional accounting services, to make sure all costs and expenses are properly handled. An accountant is a particularly worthwhile investment in your first year or so of business because a professional can help you decipher complicated tax laws and other aspects of your company?s financials.In order to legally operate your business, you?ll need to obtain the necessary permits and licenses. These might vary depending on what time of business you?re planning to run. For example, are you considering a brick-and-mortar store or an online-only store? Consider setting up business insurance, which is not necessarily required (depending on your business) but is highly recommended. And of course, because you?re planning to open a business in the cannabis industry, it?s critical that you educate yourself on the laws and regulations that apply to you ? otherwise, you run the risk of serious legal trouble before you even begin.Partner with Cannabis Marketing ProfessionalsMarketing any type of business is a dedicated science of sorts, but cannabis advertising is an art all its own. Because there are specific regulations imposed on the industry, most of which other business types don?t have to deal with, creating a successful marketing strategy takes specific expertise. While it?s not impossible to navigate the complicated waters of cannabis marketing on your own, the best option is usually to work with a professional marketing agency, specifically one that specializes in cannabis advertising.One of the industry?s leading agencies is Marijuana Marketing Xperts, a full-service company that offers everything you need to get your products and services in front of the right consumers. Together, you can develop an effective cannabis digital marketing strategy, combining elements such as cannabis SEO, social media, and website design.While the average person (or business owner) might not have access to the tools and resources needed for strategic consumer targeting, data analysis, and other marketing strategies, an experienced agency like Marijuana Marketing Xperts will ? and they?ll know how to use them to your advantage.Get Listed in an Industry-Specific DirectoryIt goes without saying that one of the most important keys to cannabusiness success is establishing a clear link between your company and your target consumers. Various marketing strategies focus on establishing that connection, but another way to accomplish this goal is to work with an agency that can get you listed in a cannabis-specific directory.For example, Herban Planet is one of the best-known listing directories in the industry, combining business listings with educational resources, and event calendar and a blog to give consumers a one-stop-shop to explore their cannabis interests. Consumers are able to get informed on the topic and search for businesses that suit their specific needs ? ideally, browsing a list that includes your company name. A professional agency like Marijuana Marketing Xperts can help you figure out how to join a reputable directory, as well as how to formulate your listing for optimum results.If you decide you would like to purchase your Marijuana Display Cases from us directly, please visit our dedicated website atwww.CannabisDisplayCases.com
 
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'Tips to Save Money on Trade Show Services'   | 2020-10-12 16:00:49

Show services can account for up to 14% of a company?s overall exhibiting expenditures for a trade show. While perhaps not the most exciting topic to dig into, it?s critical to understand the logistics of exhibiting at a trade show. What falls under the umbrella of ?show services?? What is ?drayage?? We?ve got answers to your questions and some tips on how you can save money on trade show services. HOT TIP! One unanimous piece of advice from our sales team is to plan ahead and order all relevant show services before the deadline. Doing so will save you money and headaches. You?d be surprised how often this becomes an issue! Here?s a table that will help guide you as you think through the show services aspect of your budgeting: Shipping & Handling Shipping Includes: Transporting exhibit, accessories, promo items Good to Know: Shipping quotes are good for 30 days; plan ahead so items arrive on time; ship hanging signs, carpet, gang boxes and tools to the advance warehouse so they are there early and ready for the labor crews to get started. Note: don?t forget about shipping insurance! Savings Opportunity: Does the exhibit house have other clients going to the same show? If all agree to a ship date, they can share a truckload. Drayage / Handling Includes: Unloading the trade show freight and transporting items to the booth space, removing empty shipping items (such as crates and pallets) from the booth space, temporarily storing empty shipping items during the show, returning empty shipping items once the show is over, transferring the freight back to the loading dock, and loading the items into the delivery vehicle. Good to Know: The cost of drayage is pre-set and you have no options to negotiate the price or go with a less expensive service. These costs are decided ahead of time by the show organizers and the show?s general service contractor. Drayage can be expensive because all trade shows require that you use their exclusive union labor services for items that are delivered to your booth. Savings Opportunity: Be PREPARED! You never want to send multiple shipments as there is an expensive minimum drayage fee and it will be applied to every separate shipment. It can add thousands of dollars to your bill? Ouch! Installation / Dismantle Includes: Booth setup and tear down, as well as rigging for hanging signs and any items suspended from the ceiling. Good to Know: Shows require only approved EAC?s (Exhibit Appointed Contractors) to set up exhibits, displays and signage. Exhibit Systems works with the best EAC?s to ensure your exhibit properties, flooring, lighting, signage and rigging are completed when you need them. This is not as simple as it may sound. Our logistics team excels at navigating the rules so clients are happy, not standing in their booth frustrated. Learn more. Savings Opportunity: Avoid weekend days (if possible) for union labor, overtime costs are a budget zapper. Electrical / Internet Includes: Electrical (lighting, power outlets, technology) and Internet services. Good to Know: Only licensed electricians can set-up and dismantle electrical wiring and connections in your exhibit. Remember to schedule time for electrical before you schedule a set-up crew to your booth. Savings Opportunity: When you plan your exhibit, understand how the booth will be wired at a show and communicate where you expect electrical devices, including lighting in the exhibit. Our design team can create the electrical plan for your exhibit so surprises at a show are only the good kind. Flooring / Furniture Includes: Carpet, padding and furniture; amortize if using at multiple shows. Good to Know: Remember to schedule time for flooring before you schedule a set-up crew to your booth. Flooring should always be included if shipping to advance warehouse. Your exhibit will not be set up until the flooring is in place. Savings Opportunities: We recommend you rent furniture versus buying to lessen storage fees in between events and allow you flexibility to make furniture swaps easier. However, if you have custom pieces built, such as a welcome or reception counter, those you will need to own.
 
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'Trade Show Success Strategies: How to Make Your Booth Stand Out'   | 2020-09-10 17:49:14

https://nimloktradeshowmarketing.com/how-to-make-your-booth-stand-out/ The trade show floor can be a difficult and very competitive place to gain the attention of your desired visitors. For trade show success and to meet your return on investment (ROI), one of your best chances to create brand awareness and draw in your desired target audience is with a fantastic booth design. There seem to be endless possibilities when it comes to trade show booth design. These trade show success strategies will help prepare you for a successful trade show or event and help make your booth stand out. Booth Design The first step to a great booth exhibit is your booth design. If you really want to make an impact, it?s a great idea to work with a company that specializes in designing and building custom exhibits that are tailored to your needs, budget and timeline. Inline, Perimeter, Peninsula, Island ? which configuration and style is right for you? The answer depends on your exhibit space, trade show goals, timeline and budget. Reach out to a solutions expert to guide and assist you. By doing so, your vision will become a reality and it is the first step in setting yourself apart from the competition. Need help finding a qualified expert to assist you? Nimlok?s expertise is second to none! Find a dealer now. Graphics Stunning graphics are a staple item in impressive exhibits. Brand imaging and company messages must be portrayed with the appeal and power necessary to gain the attention of trade show attendees. Whether it?s a banner stand, back wall or hanging structure, there are some guidelines that you should follow. Working with your exhibit designer will ease the process of knowing what graphics, colors and sizes are best suited for your displays. From pantone colors to fonts to file types and more, it?s a crucial element that can?t be overlooked. Here is a handy guide for everything you need to know about trade show graphics. Flooring Flooring is an often overlooked component of trade show planning. This attention to detail will give your booth a coordinated and more cohesive appearance that better represents your brand personality and style. More often than not, the trade show floor is awkward and does not match your booth space. It is important to take into account the type of flooring you will use (carpet, foam padded, vinyl, etc.) and to make sure that the floor you choose enhances your booth and doesn?t detract from it. Relying on the generic show flooring can be a big mistake. Keep in mind, a lot of people will be walking on your booth floor so take into account the durability of the flooring type as well as comfort ? after all your staff will be spending a lot of time there and their feet will thank you. Lighting Trade show lighting shouldn?t be relied on as a means to light up your booth. Being creative with lighting can really help you accentuate main demonstration or focus areas of your booth. Lighting is very important to help make your booth stand out. Backlighting is simply illuminating a material or image from behind or within. This is an important trade show technique to help attract attention. By incorporating backlighting, your signage or display is more visible from longer distances ? helping to attract the attendees? eyes to your booth. LED lighting seems to be everywhere today and that is no different on the trade show floor. Traditional incandescent lights often tend to give off a yellow hue, which can alter details. LEDs, on the other hand, offer greater flexibility to select tones that match the mood you are trying to create. Not only do LEDs offer more lighting options, they also allow you to be more ?green.? Illuminating any interactive elements or display cases is another way to draw the attendees? attention to your booth. Make sure the lighting you choose reflects your company?s brand image and draws focus to where it should be. Elements Accessories can make or break the booth. From stands to holders to interactive areas, make sure you spend some time thinking about how to truly make your booth unique and memorable. You?ve got a great looking booth that attracted visitors, now keep them there! Read on for more tips to make your booth stand out. One of the best and most engaging ways to accessorize your space is with the use of an interactive trade show design. Whether it?s a game, scavenger hunt, photo booth or raffle, having some type of interactivity will encourage attendees to visit your booth and captivate the crowd to stick around to learn a little more about you. Anything that?s fun and breaks up the monotony of walking the show floor will be a welcome distraction. AV and tech are always great to incorporate into booth design for help capture attention. TV monitors, iPads, virtual reality and more are great ways to help advertise, promote, educate, impress and foster interactivity. Besides interactive activities, other accessories could include stands and holders, counters or kiosks. Kiosks are great for a TV or iPad display that could encourage passersby to stop and take a look by showcasing product highlights, browsing a product catalog or playing a video. Counters and stands offer a nice area for informal conversation between your booth staff and attendees. They also can be turned into charging stations where attendees can stop for a quick charge. Holders are a great option for literature such as brochures, catalogs, etc.
 
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'Tips to Save Money on Trade Show Services'   | 2020-07-17 15:37:05

Tips to Save on Show Services Show services can account for up to 14% of a company?s overall exhibiting expenditures for a trade show. While perhaps not the most exciting topic to dig into, it?s critical to understand the logistics of exhibiting at a trade show. What falls under the umbrella of ?show services?? What is ?drayage?? We?ve got answers to your questions and some tips on how you can save money on trade show services. HOT TIP! One unanimous piece of advice from our sales team is to plan ahead and order all relevant show services before the deadline. Doing so will save you money and headaches. You?d be surprised how often this becomes an issue! Here?s a table that will help guide you as you think through the show services aspect of your budgeting: Shipping & Handling Shipping Includes: Transporting exhibit, accessories, promo items Good to Know: Shipping quotes are good for 30 days; plan ahead so items arrive on time; ship hanging signs, carpet, gang boxes and tools to the advance warehouse so they are there early and ready for the labor crews to get started. Note: don?t forget about shipping insurance! Savings Opportunity: Does the exhibit house have other clients going to the same show? If all agree to a ship date, they can share a truckload. Drayage / Handling Includes: Unloading the trade show freight and transporting items to the booth space, removing empty shipping items (such as crates and pallets) from the booth space, temporarily storing empty shipping items during the show, returning empty shipping items once the show is over, transferring the freight back to the loading dock, and loading the items into the delivery vehicle. Good to Know: The cost of drayage is pre-set and you have no options to negotiate the price or go with a less expensive service. These costs are decided ahead of time by the show organizers and the show?s general service contractor. Drayage can be expensive because all trade shows require that you use their exclusive union labor services for items that are delivered to your booth. Savings Opportunity: Be PREPARED! You never want to send multiple shipments as there is an expensive minimum drayage fee and it will be applied to every separate shipment. It can add thousands of dollars to your bill? Ouch! Installation / Dismantle Includes: Booth setup and tear down, as well as rigging for hanging signs and any items suspended from the ceiling. Good to Know: Shows require only approved EAC?s (Exhibit Appointed Contractors) to set up exhibits, displays and signage. Exhibit Systems works with the best EAC?s to ensure your exhibit properties, flooring, lighting, signage and rigging are completed when you need them. This is not as simple as it may sound. Our logistics team excels at navigating the rules so clients are happy, not standing in their booth frustrated. Learn more. Savings Opportunity: Avoid weekend days (if possible) for union labor, overtime costs are a budget zapper. Electrical / Internet Includes: Electrical (lighting, power outlets, technology) and Internet services. Good to Know: Only licensed electricians can set-up and dismantle electrical wiring and connections in your exhibit. Remember to schedule time for electrical before you schedule a set-up crew to your booth. Savings Opportunity: When you plan your exhibit, understand how the booth will be wired at a show and communicate where you expect electrical devices, including lighting in the exhibit. Our design team can create the electrical plan for your exhibit so surprises at a show are only the good kind. Flooring / Furniture Includes: Carpet, padding and furniture; amortize if using at multiple shows. Good to Know: Remember to schedule time for flooring before you schedule a set-up crew to your booth. Flooring should always be included if shipping to advance warehouse. Your exhibit will not be set up until the flooring is in place. Savings Opportunities: We recommend you rent furniture versus buying to lessen storage fees in between events and allow you flexibility to make furniture swaps easier. However, if you have custom pieces built, such as a welcome or reception counter, those you will need to own.
 
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'Corner Display Cases'   | 2020-03-17 18:05:37

Corner display cases are perfect for saving space in your store, they can be customized in shape and size, so no matter what you wish to showcase you can use a corner display case. If you like to showcase a full collection you can add as many shelves as you need. You can also add some led lighting that will let your costumers appreciate every detail. We manufacture display cases with top quality materials and flawless finishes. For more information, please call us!
 
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'Pedestal Display Cases'   | 2020-02-24 14:48:39

Pedestal display cases can also showcase awards and memorabilia.School offices are great for showing off trophies, awards, and other student achievements. Accentuating academic or athletic accolades generally helps promote pride and school spirit. For the same reason, corporate offices also frequently share plaques, prototypes and early models and other successes with employees, vendors and visiting guests.Private collectors choose to exhibit their personal collections, memorabilia displays or other one-of-a-kind collectibles with visitors to their homes.Pedestal display cases are meant for individual objects that require more attention. The extensive variety of finishes and configurations gives shoppers the solutions that exude sophistication and class. You can choose from different materials and finishes depending on the style you wish to accomplish. For more information, please give us a call!
 
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'Tower display cases'   | 2020-02-19 16:34:15

Tower display cases are great for retail objects, as a collectibles exhibit, and as a jewelry display. You can custom size and shape (hexagon, octagon & square shape). Totally adjustable shelving, locking doors, and additional storage cabinets, with either overhead lighting, side track lighting or both. Manufactured with top quality materials and flawless finishes. If you need more information, please give us a call!
 
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'Glass Display Cases'   | 2020-02-06 19:17:57

There are also many other types of display cases. But other display cases have not as much advantage like glass display cases. For example, metal display cases are very heavy in case of weight therefore you cannot move them easily. Plus, metal displays cannot be cleaned easily. But most shopkeepers use a combination of metal, plastic, and glass display cases. There should be a balance among all your display cases. As a shopkeeper, you should avoid overfilling of any display case. There should also be the rotation among your display cases and your products. This is a good practice to save time and money.
 
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'Hexagonal showcases'   | 2020-01-22 19:35:24

Hexagonal Showcases are commonly used in retail stores, perfect for displaying gifts items and smaller products, due they feature smaller windows. Hexagonal showcases feature full glass, or laminate with anodized aluminum frame and the windows help in convenient display. Available with various finishes with optional side track lighting and security lock, you can customize size and shelving. Just contact us for more information!
 
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'How can you be sure you?ll be getting exactly what you need?'   | 2020-01-08 15:15:09

Custom Showcases manufacture display cases according to detailed rendered 3D drawings that are forwarded to the customer for prior approval. Once the order confirmation and drawings are approved and signed off by the customer and the down payment has been received, the display cases are then manufactured according to the approved drawings. And even before shipping, our customers receive photographs of their displays before they leave one of our manufacturing facilities. For more information, please call us!
 
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'Trophy Display cases'   | 2019-12-19 17:40:41

Our Trophy Display Cases are manufactured with top quality materials, and flawless finishes. Perfect for displaying awards and prizes with a sophisticated taste. With a wide variety of shapes and colors, you can custom the size to any piece you wish to exhibit. Perfect for schools, and residential use. Please call us for more information!
 
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'Custom museum showcases'   | 2019-12-18 17:00:01

Museum showcases are essential for the preservation of different objects, a great option for collectors. In them, it is possible to store exact replicas of many objects, costumes and even paintings. Museum display cabinets can be customized in their size and supports. Our finishes are the best and can be from wood to full glass, we have different conservation control systems. One of them is the control of temperature or humidity where your objects can be kept intact. In addition, LED lights can be added. For more information, just contact us!
 
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'Retail carts'   | 2019-11-29 15:40:28

If you want to start a business, you must think about Retail Carts. Due they are multipurpose, you can display any kind of merchandise, due they can be custom made, you can design it for your own needs. They are eye-catching, so you will attract customers right away. If you intend to grow your business, you can even make a chain, with several carts. Creating a chain of carts where you offer your products will make much easier for people to recognize you. If you want a customized cart, contact us, we can help you!
 
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'Showcases for you'   | 2019-11-12 18:09:52

Custom showcases has the largest selection of showcases and display cases for your business, unique designs with high functionality that'll satisfied your needs, guaranteeing the best exposure for your merchandise. Just contact us for more information!
 
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