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Hill & Partners, Inc. brings Dunkin' Brands Inc. to RECon 2012
The creative team at Hill & Partners designed and managed a 30x30 branded environment that virtually replicated the storefront design of Dunkin Donuts franchises throughout the world.
The highly branded trade show property showcased two distinct areas. The exterior façade simulated the appearance of a Dunkin’ Donuts store and showcased two monitors allowing visitors to learn about Dunkin’ Brands. The interior, accented in white wood grain and signature Dunkin’ Brand colors, contained stylish furniture now seen in Dunkin Donuts franchises. The popular exhibit also incorporated a private meeting room.
Hill & Partners has provided custom branded environments for Dunkin’ Brands – distinguished as one of the world’s leading franchisors – for more than 10 years.
RECon is recognized as the largest gathering of retail real estate professionals, providing the opportunity to network, enter into business deals and learn from industry experts.
“We’re proud of our long-term relationship with this leading, global company, and of our ability to consistently provide attractive and engaging properties that showcase Dunkin’ Brands to domestic and international audiences,” said Michael McMahon, President and CEO of Hill & Partners, Inc.
About Hill & Partners
H&P is a full-service team of Branded Environment specialists with a network of skilled partners throughout the country and world. H&P has provided professional exhibit management services that help clients manage and improve the results of their trade show exhibit program for over 17 years. Experience is a key factor in their long running relationships with clients including Polartec LLC, Dunkin’ Brands, GTECH, Samsonite and General Cigar. Hill & Partners, established in 1995, has been named one of the Boston area's fastest growing companies by the Boston Business Journal. For additional information, please call 857-401-0312, visit hillpartners.com or find the company on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter.