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Step & Repeat Banners Bring Celebrity Status to your Event

2/5/2018

Step & Repeat Banners Bring Celebrity Status to your Event

With awards season in full swing, we’ve all seen the pictures recently – celebrities standing on a red carpet in front of a backdrop that has an event logo or sponsor logo repeated several times in a pattern.

We call them Step & Repeat banners and they are the BEST way to give your guests the celebrity treatment at your next event. With numerous available materials and display stand options, we are sure to be able to provide you with a solution that fits in your budget. Below is a quick guide to explain some of our most popular solutions.

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Materials:

We can make step & repeat banners out of either fabric, stretch fabric or vinyl banner material. If using vinyl banner, we typically recommend our matte finish material which is perfect for taking photos as it doesn’t have a glossy reflective finish.

Stands:

We have two very popular stand options for step & repeat banners.

A Pegasus stand is made up of four telescopic poles which can extend all the way up and out to 8’h x 10’ wide. You can attach your backdrop banner with zip ties using the grommets or slide the banner on the top and bottom pole if your banner is finished with pole pockets.

A Hop Up stand is a simple all-in-one system which uses a stretch fabric and a collapsible frame. Both the fabric graphic and the frame have Velcro along the edges so the graphic can easily be installed and changed out. In minutes, a single person can set up the display and it collapses into a small travel bag which is perfect for displays on-the-go.

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