EVENT WALL RENTALS:
Rent temporary interlocking walls for your next event! Perfect for art shows, craft shows, antique shows and more!
Clients have included:
- Center for Visual Arts (CVA)
- City Hall Event Center
- Colorado Chocolate Festival
- Denver Country Club
- Denver County Fair
- Denver Modernism Show
- Museum of Outdoor Arts
- Rocky Mountain PBS Art Auction
- Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair
- Wyoming Game and Fish Dept.
These walls were made by a team of local engineers - originally constructed for the art show at the World Science Fiction Convention. They are well-designed and smart; sturdy, and quickly assembled!
- 7.5 ft tall (excluding lights)
- Pegboard with wooden frame and legs
- Assemble together quickly, with no tools
- Sturdy and can hold 300 pounds of weight per panel
- Rounded corners to prevent accidents
- May include attached floodlights (on top - add 2 ft to height)
- May include electrical outlets
- May be covered with seamless paper top to floor - color of your choice.
- Craft Shows
- Art Shows
- Antique Shows
- Trade Shows
- Fairs and Festivals
- Other events
- $6 per linear foot or:
- $24 per 4-ft panel
- $48 per 8-ft panel
- $12 per 2-ft panel
- Minimum Order: $500
Option: Light & Electric package: $30 per booth
(includes 2 electrical outlets and 2 floodlights per booth)
Option: Cover walls in seamless paper from top to floor: $2 per linear foot ($52 per 10 x 8 booth)
(Paper can be your color choice)
$100 delivery & pick-up charge in metro Denver
$250 delivery & pick-up charge outside metro Denver (within 100 miles - Boulder, Colorado Springs, etc)
COSTS INCLUDE INSTALLATION AND TEAR-DOWN.
Bare walls - not covered with paper:
These walls are for rental to the trade only. We aren't renting them out to individual vendors. Our supply is limited, so we can only accomodate one large show or two small shows per weekend, at this time.
Email or call if you'd like more info or a quote: email@example.com or 303-347-8252.
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