Time to kick up your boots at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo! Every year, Houstonians and international visitors put on their Western wear and head out to NRG Park for the best in food, music, and family attractions. It's always our pleasure to provide our services to a nonprofit organization with such history and longevity, which contributes so much to the advancement of education and agriculture.Check out some of our assets that can be seen throughout NRG.The bold, orange rodeo letters that show off the Rodeo's establishment year and invite guests to use the hashtag in their social posts can be found at the NR#since1932#since1932The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo booth—where you can purchase Rodeo merchandise—is also inside NRG Center, at Hall B.There's a Chuck Wagon photo op on the 5th level of NRG Stadium, near section 525.New at the Rodeo this year is the RODEOHOUSTON Hall of Fame Wall—which recognizes individuals for their impact on the Rodeo's success—with Painted Halo Lit Acrylic Letters on the title. You can find a temporary display inside NRG Stadium.The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo takes place from February 27–March 17 this year. Don't forget to take p#2020exhibitsag us using #2020Exhibits if yo#houstonrodeoe#nonprofit#houstonentertainmentfit #HoustonEntertainment ... See MoreSee Less
It's another successful completion of an exhibit for us! This time, we partnered with Edwards Garment-the leader in uniform apparel-for the PPAI Expo 2024 at the Mandalay Convention Center in Las Vegas. More than 10,000 distributors from the promotional products industry gathered this past January 18th, and our client's island exhibit was every bit conspicuous.With accessibility all around, attendees were able to step onto beautiful Greywood 20' x 30' vinyl flooring while they checked out the uniforms. Halo Lit Logo Letters highlighted the brand, and a circular Backlit Hanging Sign crowned the booth's center. To preview their clothing, SEG Lightboxes showed off Edwards' latest fashions throughout the space.For scheduled and last-minute meetings, we built a conference room complete with blue frost doors and windows for privacy with visibility.Want to see more of our exhibits? Check out our portfolio at 2020exhibits.com/exhibit-peninsula/, and let us partner#2020exhibitsy#edwardsgarment#exhibitsb#environmentsa#islandexhibits #Environments #IslandExhibits ... See MoreSee Less
KPRC2 / Click2Houston revealed their newly redesigned news studio, and we are more than delighted to be able to share it with you finally.When KPRC Channel 2 and Wright Set approached us again for the recreation of their studio, we eagerly took on the challenge. The result is a spacious, modern, and high-tech broadcast studio that's captivating and visually stunning. Our Environments team incorporated movable set pieces like a Mobile Cell Tower, a Mobile Weather Pod, and a Mobile Anchor Desk—all on wheels—for an open concept and easy repositioning.The LED Video Walls and color-changing, Backlit SEG Fabric Walls throughout the space further accentuate the contemporary redesign.From drawing board to installation—in partnership with Wright Set—we created an environment that is not only visually stunning but also provides comfort while inspiring authenticity and creativity for our newscasters.Check out our portfolio of work at 2020exhibits.com/corporate-interiors to learn more about this and other projects and see how we can transform your sp#2020exhibitsi#kprc2K#CorporateInteriorsr#corporateenvironmentsm#environmentsm#environmentalgraphicsphics ... See MoreSee Less
Thank You. These may be the two most powerful words in any language. For hospitals, cultural institutions, and other non-profits that rely on generous donors to help build that new research facility or support a capital campaign, saying “thank you” graciously is vital. Effective donor recognition programs say it eloquently, and forever. For Midland Memorial, the objective is to celebrate donor loyalty and commitment across this 5-tier program in a way that is respectful and reflective of their levels of engagement. It is vitally essential for 2020 Exhibit to work in collaboration with Gensler/Dallas as the design architect to fabricate and install this Capital Campaign’s donor wall in a way that is done beautifully and respectfully and with some intriguing and carefully considered elements and intent. Ultimately, the goal is to create a beautiful, compelling and effective donor recognition wall that says it eloquently, and forever.
At first sight, one can’t help but to see and experience an artful and compelling donor wall experience that resonates with intent and appreciation. Hospital visitors and guests, along with donors and their families, will appreciate this reflection of support and commitment, for generations to come.
Who knew there would be so much to calculating donor value? The overall design needed to be symmetrical and with an even flow. Honoring Gensler’s devised intent, 2020 Exhibits shared design, material selection, and fabrication solutions to help answer and yet solve Gensler’s design solution, inspired by this multi-level capital campaign. The design includes individual donors names into different sized magnetic boxes across a customized grid structure, that serves as the backbone and heartbeat of this design to create This prominent wall functions as a component of an ever changing donor recognition wall—as more donors contribute, more Metal Boxes join the wall, changing the overall appearance and organically expressing the growing donor landscape in a visually compelling way. The Donor Wall also communicates a sense of donor hierarchy using different sized metal boxes without crassly attaching dollar signs to individual donor’s names. Midland Memorial Donor Wall demonstrates the successful integration of a richly layered design and experience delights donors and engages passersby. Exceptional design can foster a sense of loyalty with patients past and present, families, and other potential donors. It can create an affinity between a donor and an institution while serving as a visual manifestation of the institution’s brand and values. As donors continue to play growing roles in ensuring the economic health of schools and cultural institutions, it’s critically important to treat donations in a way that effectively commemorates donor generosity. Tier 6 of the program is now actively under way, with the targeted audience now reaching out to Midland Memorial, seeking ways to help and be involved. Thank you.