Tips For Designing Your Trade Show Booth For Giveaways

Posted on: 25 April 2016

If you are going to a trade show for your company and have been allowed to give out a variety of items, you are going to need to make sure that you make the most of the money that your company is spending to give away these items. This is critical because it will make it much easier for you to garner interest in your trade booth. Here are some tips that you can follow to help set up your trade booth to maximize the impact of your giveaways.

1. If You Have a Few Large Prizes:

If you have one or more large prizes that are going to be raffled off, you want to display these prizes so that people are interested enough to come into your booth to ask how they can win such a fabulous item. You therefore want to put the items on a pedestal. If you are raffling off several of the same item, you have a choice. You can either have a small pedestal with multiple tiers that can each hold one of the products. This is best if you are raffling off several smaller items that are all the same. If you have a few larger items, one will suffice on a pedestal. Just be sure that you are clear that you are giving away several in order to help feel like their odds are better.

If you have several different larger items that you are raffling off, then you want to make sure that you put each on its own pedestal. Make sure that any pedestal that you are using is appropriately lit.

2. If You Have Several Excellent Swag Pieces That You Want to Give Away Carefully:

If you have a lot of normal trade show swag, such as free pens, frisbees, flash drives, and other items, along with some really cool, more expensive items, you probably want to be more selective with regards to how you give away those items. You can do this by simply gamifying your booth. You can have a large spin-wheel to that will determine what prizes trade show attendees receive. You can turn your entire booth into a mini golf course. You could include areas where you are throwing balls into cups or some other game of that nature. Be sure that your games are front and center, as well as the best prizes that you could win,

3. If You Have Normal Swag:

Finally, if you have normal swag that you are planning on giving away to everyone, have a tiered table set up to showcase all of the items that you are offering. This will allow people to see that you have pens and other items that they might be interested in.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in trade show design.  

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